IMPRO Weekend Międzynarodowych Warsztatów Impro

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1. Impro Import – Gdańsk 2017

Weekend Międzynarodowych Warsztatów Impro

25-26 luty 2017

ACK sala 41

Koszt udziału w jednym bloku warsztatów to 130 zł.

Teatr Improwizacji Uniwersytetu Gdańskiego, pod wodzą Małgorzaty Różalskiej i Akademickiego Centrum Kultury mają przyjemność zaprosić Was, Drodzy Improwizatorzy, Widzowie, Studenci, na ekscytujący – 1. Impro Import – Gdańsk 2017.

Na zaproszenie Róży, do Polski przyjadą doświadczeni trenerzy impro z Holandii i Finlandii, którzy uczą i występują na całym świecie. Spośród szerokiego wachlarza ich warsztatów Róża skomponowała zestaw, który potrąci wiele strun z naszego instrumentu zwanego Impro i pozwoli zagrać akordy, które mogą być dla nas odkrywcze, trudne, spektakularne, dzikie, ale i poetyckie, szczere i naturalne. Będziecie mieli szansę wejść w świat Quentina Tarantino, impro dla dzieci, żonglowania stylami impro, poetyckiego impro rodem z północy, śpiewania bez obaw i używania ciała i przestrzeni na scenie, a nie tylko własnej głowy.
Spieszcie się, gdyż każdy warsztat ma limit tylko 16 miejsc.

 

Program

Sobota

11.00-14.00 Tuning in! Improvised singing starter pack – Markus Kaustell
15.00-18.00 Poetry in motion – improvised poetry and poetic expression – Sinimaria Tomperi, Enna- Matilda Kukkola
15.00-18.00 Shifting gears – Jochem Meijer

Niedziela
11.00-14.00 Tarantino – Jochem Meijer
11.00-14.00 Improv for Kids – Laura Doorneweerd
15.00-18.00 Using the space and moving – Laura Doorneweerd

Koszt udziału w jednym bloku warsztatów to 130 zł.

 

Opisy warsztatów:

 

TUNING IN! IMPROVISED SINGING STARTER PACK – Markus Kaustell (Finland)

25 lutego 2017, g. 11.00-14.00

Aula 1.43 Wydział Filologiczny

ul. Wita Stwosza 55

Obowiązują limit miejsc: 14 osób, koszt 130,00 zł. Kup bilet

You are good at expressing yourself verbally. In fact, you feel very comfortable making speeches and performances on- and off-stage. But every time someone strums a chord and starts a song or plays a tune which could turn into a song, you freeze. How come the words get stuck in your throat? Why does singing and making musical improv feel so uncomfortable? You’d like to be as comfortable in group songs, or even solo songs, as you are talking.

This workshop is for the ones struggling with these feelings. Tuning in! -workshop is a low-key practice of finding and forming your own voice and getting a comfortable grip on the  ynamics of improvised songs. We focus on a few basic breathing techniques, accepting your own voice and enjoying the warmth of singing together with a group. Singing is just prolonged speech, so let’s go and slow down!

DISCLAIMER: No former experience on improv, acting or music is required! Just bring the attitude you know you have!

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POETRY IN MOTION – IMPROVISED POETRY AND POETIC EXPRESSION – Sinimaria Tomperi/Enna-Matilda Kukkola (Finland)

25 lutego 2017, g. 15.00-18.00

ACK sala 41

ul. Wita Stwosza 58

Poetry is a powerful tool on stage as words can carry us to other worlds, touch us and tell a story. But how is a poem created? A poem is more than a sum of it’s words. It is expression, emotion and being present in the moment. In this workshop we explore different ways to create improvised poetry and to express ourselves on stage. We play with words, learn different ways to create poems as a group and as individuals.

After this workshop you’ll have tools to create improvised poetry and use them on stage with your group. All you need for the class are comfortable clothes you can move in and a water bottle.

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SHIFTING GEARS – Jochem Meijer (Amsterdam)

25 lutego 2017, g. 15.00-18.00

Aula 1.43 Wydział Filologiczny

ul. Wita Stwosza 55

Improvisational theater comes in many forms, a lot of troupes specialize on a particular style. Some will talk a lot during there scenes, others focus on silence in scenes, some groups love making small talk and others focus purely on the relationships between the characters. What would happen if you would change the style you are playing in in the middle of the scene? That is what you are going to discover in this workshop. The goal is to shift styles and speeds during the scene. You will create dynamic scenes that can make small talk all of a sudden very important for the characters. switch from talking heads into beautiful silent moments. I will hand you a handy toolbox with which you can consciously switch back and forth between styles for the good of the scene.

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QUENTIN TARANTINO – Jochem Meijer (Amsterdam)

26 lutego 2017, g. 11.00-14.00

Aula 1.43 Wydział Filologiczny

ul. Wita Stwosza 55
This workshop celebrates the work of Quentin Tarantino (and Paper street theatre, who came up with the format). We will work on the style elements that make scenes look like Tarantine wrote them. The monologues, the building of suspense, the way they talk, the way they move from location to location, the over the top violence. Ill also explain how to put these elements into a relatively simple format, so that you can perform it without getting to much into your head.

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IMPROV FOR KIDS – Laura Doorneweerd (Amsterdam)

26 lutego 2017, g. 11.00-14.00

ACK sala 41

ul. Wita Stwosza 58

To improvise for an audience of kids it requires that you understand who you are playing for. Young kids are the most honest spectators. That is why you as an improviser can learn so much about your improv, your style and your ‚tricks’ when performing for them.

In this workshop I will encourage you to feel like a kid again, to truthfully PLAY: the kind of play with your tongue out of your mouth. And from there learn all there is to playing sparkling characters, clear stories and beautiful fairy tales.
From my experience as a performer and a teacher with and for kids, I can also teach many games and short forms that work with young audiences. Working on a longform and/or inviting children in the training are all possible. And a fun way of learning!

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USING THE SPACE AND MOVING – Laura Doorneweerd (Amsterdam)

26 lutego 2017, g. 15.00-18.00

Aula 1.43 Wydział Filologiczny

ul. Wita Stwosza 55

The space is the best friend an improviser has when on a stage. It is always there and can be anything. Even more: it can be as big and as amazing as your fantasy can take you.

In this workshop I will teach many ways to stretch your imagination. We will make the stage multi levelled, with moving angles and unlimited in its space. Think for example of action movies, sport contests, pursuits or scenes on a micro level.


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