“Improvisational theatre means spontaneously telling a story or creating a character at the moment of the idea, with the support of the players and the audience. For this purpose, basics in acting and improvisation techniques are taught in the rehearsals, whereby the course is self-organized, i.e. the participants prepare the hours in small groups themselves. The training thus offers space to play your head freely, get to know people who are happy to play and to implement your own ideas together with others. The learned content is regularly tried out in front of an audience and thus further developed.”
There are many ideas, but which ones are also translated into reality?
Improvisational theatre means spontaneous and courageous at the moment of the idea of telling a story, creating a character or holding a monologue. But the players never do this alone. The team and the audience are there. You must bring comfortable clothes and drink enough.
|Ladder||Benedikt Mayer firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Place||CampusTheater, Johann-Gottlob-Nathusius-Ring 5 (right of the building)|
Due the current pandemic situation, the start of all workshops and registration for them has been postponed until further notice.
|Fee||€18.00; payable when registering with a valid student ID|
|Participants||maximum of 8 people|
|Registration||Due the current pandemic situation, the start of all workshops and registration for them has been postponed until further notice.here directly online as well as at theInfopoints Mensa Herrenkrug and Mensa UniCampus during opening hours.|