Courtesy of Bristol Improv Theatre
Exploring imaginative theatrical staging, scene painting, physicality and object work, using big settings and small to help describe the spaces you create and how they can inform the characters that play within them.
Techniques for using time in a nonlinear way in your improv. Learn tools for flashbacks, possible futures, older and younger versions of characters and how to keep your timeline consistent with itself. Time travel tools help with creative storytelling.
Character work playing in the world of ordinary/extraordinary; where elves, robots, mermaids, lamps, dogs and Cheetos can all have a point of view. We’ll help you find ways of keeping emotional depth, honest reactions and relatability in play, no matter what the circumstances.
Helping other people use their passions to find their form and discover the tools needed to play within it. What is it about a genre, style or group of players that makes you so excited about improv and how can you bottle that and make it into your own unique show?