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Nathan Improv Local: Bristol Efficiency in Scenework Weekend

Description: The Improv & Acting course that will improve the actors' improv skills to create scenes on stage. This course highlights the actor's need for scenic understanding and the capacity to delve deep into characters. First, students focus on their communication with each other making sure that they can communicate clearly as individuals and as a group. Next the students will practice using what is there to release each other from burden and invention. Students will be working through clarity and honesty.

This course is an ambush of delight, as the search and insight into getting our improv to be as efficient as we can, as we affectively work the actor. Looking at the elements of our improv that assist us with being engaged and effortless, the scenes will be plenty. It will be the workout fit for a king. Exploring the style of the group, we shall keep ourselves yurning for the next step with intrigue of how fluent our efforts proves our ease.

Performance makes students focus on what the scene and their scene partners do. Focus is then given to the two elements that build all improvisation: reaction and awareness. We explore the tools behind scenes, such as the using specifics and behavioural study. Ultimately, the students will practice creating full scenes and applying them with a various array of tools that are useful for all forms of scenic and gamic improv comedy. Simply by adding simple ideas into the collective whole to generate a shared experience on stage.

Booking for the course is available email: bristol@nathanimprov.com.

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Location: Bristol
URL: http://www.NathanImprov.com/p/local.html
Date: Saturday, June 10, 2017
Repeat Type: Daily;Until=June 11 4:00pm
Time: 11:00am-5:00pm BST
Duration: 6 hours
Access: Public
Category: Classes*
Created by: Nathan Keates
Updated: Tuesday, September 6, 2016 7:46pm GMT