Improv and Storytelling Introductory Session
Tue, 17 March 2020 19:15-21:15
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A fun and physical approach to storytelling where you will discover how to turn personal stories into short performances. This introductory workshop gives you basic tools to tell stories in imaginative ways. What stories blow you away?
The session includes:
- Games and warm-ups
- Basic improvisations
- Storytelling techniques
Suitable for beginners, musicians, performers and/or directors and anyone interested in storytelling. Spaces are limited, please book in advance. Do you have questions? Please don’t hesitate to get in touch.
Bookings are now open and places can be secured by emailing email@example.com or booking online above.
Body and story (6 weeks)
TUESDAY, 19 MAY 2020 19:00-21:00 Add to Calendar
Explore how the body tells stories through gesture, rythm and the relation to space. During these 6 weekly sessions, participants will be encouraged to play and work together as an ensemble, whilst exploring their own artistic potential and creativity in a supportive and friendly environment.
You don’t need any experience in movement or dance to take part, just a willingness to join in and share ideas. The workshop includes movement, improvisation and storytelling. Seasoned actors/performers, writers, musicians and movers are welcome, we love and encourage a mix.
Places will be allocated on a first come first served basis. There are limited places available, please book in advance. Payment plans are available, for more info contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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Workshop facilitator: Andrea Cabrera Luna (MA in Performance and Culture at Goldsmiths College, University of London) is an actor, director and facilitator. Directing credits include: The Arsonists by Max Frisch, Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, Hotel Juárez by Victor Hugo Rascón Banda, University of Edinburgh, Assembly Roxy, 2017, Waterfront Wasteland Medea Material Landscape with Argonauts, by Heiner Müller, London, 2010.
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Our workshops are priced as fairly as possible and we believe that we offer good value for money. If you are booking a workshop have a look at your diary and make sure you are available. Please note that unfortunately our workshops and classes are non-refundable. However, you may transfer it to someone else and we may also be able to offer you a voucher for a future workshop, space permitted.
FEEDBACK FROM PREVIOUS PARTICIPANTS
“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.”