Improv and Storytelling
Nov 4 / 2017 10:00-14:30

Eventbrite - Improv and Storytelling

A fun and physical approach to storytelling where you will discover how to turn short stories into performances. The workshop aims to help you learn how to adapt text for the stage in order to embody the world of the story and figure out your own voice.


We will use three contemporary short stories. Participants should have read the texts beforehand. Some acting experience is required. Spaces are limited, please book in advance. Do you have questions? Please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

Places can be secured by emailing or booking online above.

Eventbrite - Improv and Storytelling

Workshop facilitator: Andrea Cabrera Luna
Andrea trained as an actor at the National School of Performing Arts in Mexico City and read English Literature and a MA in Performance and Culture at Goldsmiths College, University of London. Her debut play I Am That Girl opened at the Scottish Storytelling Centre in February 2017. Inspired by creative expression, storytelling and movement Andrea founded Anahat Theatre in 2010.

“This is a great class for any aspiring actor/actress. Just let yourself be open to it and you will learn a lot. Very interactive and lots of fun”

“Andrea has a useful approach that is different from my previous classes. By including body movement this gives you more focus on what you are doing and therefore improves your performance. Also the interaction in class is strong.”

“I really enjoyed Andrea’s classes. They were always fun and an interesting take on acting. She has a way of bringing things out of the work that gives you confidence and a greater understanding of the whole process.”

“Andrea is very professional and creative. I think that her course can help people to open their mind.”


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