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Improvisation

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When & Where

Spooky Hall, in Ngau Tau Kok
Sunday, 11 December, 2005

Blurb

First, we warmed up the three vital areas – mind, body and voice – with simple games and exercises. Next, we looked at the concept of improvisation and illustrated it with simple and effective games to get the creative juices flowing.

Whilst there are no absolute rules, we were able to look at some useful basic guidelines to help us create a scene. We applied these guidelines to look at how to keep the story “burning”[!!] in a two-person dialogue.

We then looked at how you can support your fellow actors in a larger scene – and looked at how this changes the dynamic of creation. Splitting into sub-groups, we then looked at creating moments – and, later, scenes – for two or more actors. All the time we did not need to depend on prepared texts since we were creating the drama as we went. Challenging? Yes. Achievable? Of course! Rewarding? YEESSSSSSS!!

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About the Workshop Leaders

The London ACT company, direct from London, are experienced, award-winning theatre practitioners currently working in the field and bring you the freshest skills and techniques straight from the London stage. They have previously directed and choreographed the musical Oliver!, starring Rowan Atkinson with a cast of over forty children.

Jeremy Bond
“Jez” is a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Drama. A winner of the Channel Four Young Director of the Year, he was the Associate Director of the Palace Theatre, Watford in 2004. He has directed a number of sell-out productions in London ’s West End and the regions, the Edinburgh Festival and France. Awards for his acclaimed work include ‘The Time’s Critic’s Choice’ and ‘Fringe First’. He has led workshops at The Soho Theatre, The Young Vic, The Royal Court and The Old Vic – and sits on panels for various international playwriting competitions.

Melli Bond
Melli is a Master of Arts in Acting and a Bachelor of Arts in Drama and English Literature. She has worked as an actor and a teacher, building up a wealth of experience with young people. She taught the young people’s program at the Delaware Theatre Company and, in the UK , for Future Faces and Stage Coach. As an accomplished actress, Melanie has worked in England , Ireland and the USA . Critically acclaimed for her work (“an exhilarating, powerful performance” [The Stage], “a superb performance” [Time Out]), her experience spans stage, film, television and voice-overs.