“Our body is our best resource to create a story.” In this workshop, Keng-Sam (visiting from Reunion Island) will help you work on your inner clown, to move and be moved together.
Viola Spolin’s theory of Space and Space objects is not a trivial subject. The incomparable Dick Schaal, the undisputed master of Spolin’s Spacework said “Space is the geographical location of creativity.”
How do our bodies in space tell a story? Join us for a special, full-day workshop with Rapid Fire Theatre’s Amy Shostak (Canada).
“I am going to add a new affliction to the medical journals: ‘Face-ache – a condition caused when an individual laughs and smiles for such an extended period of time that their face aches.’ I got face-ache at Sunday night’s ‘Maestro Impro’™, a generous two-hour helping of improvised scenes, skits and masterly impro battles presented by Impro Melbourne.”
Existentialist duels between moonshiners, a father instructing his daughter on the legacy of piano accordion salesmanship and “do not knock” signs, and a dystopic interpretation of a Chekhov masterpiece, such was the tale of show 4 of Grand Theft Impro.
“The Impro Melbourne crew have been delighting audiences with their antics since 1996. For 2 decades they have performed and taught nationally and internationally, including in Asia, Europe, the Americas and South Africa. They now bring to Melbourne – for the first time – ‘Grand Theft Impro’ a 55-minute rollercoaster ride of spontaneous, unscripted, short sketches.”