Event

Improv theatre: putting yourself in someone else’s position and responding to unexpected turns of events

24 March - Two sessions (12:15-13:30 and 14:30-15:15) - This workshop is about putting yourself in someone else’s position and responding to unexpected turns of events – which is at the core of Improv theatre.

The workshop with start with ice breaker games from Improv Theatre, to bring focus, joy, group cohesion, release tension and create a safe space. Life is full of welcome (and less welcome) surprises, hence we will use an exercise to practice feeling comfortable with the unexpected. After that you will have the opportunity to rehearse a difficult conversation through roleplay, perhaps with someone who you consider ‘different’, enacted by another workshop participant. Or you can choose to practice with a fictional scenario on cultural differences. Finally, we will reflect on our learnings and how to apply these in the One World of our (student) lives.

Organised by Sanne Bakker
Date

Wed 24 March 2021 12:15 to 15:15

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