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Shenzhen Weekly Improv Theatre Workshop
November 30 @ 7:45 pm – 9:30 pm
Time: Every Monday 7:45pm-9:30pm China time.
Welcome to Shenzhen’s regular English Improv workshops. Did you ever just want to get up on a stage and perform? Do you like to share some good laughs with other like-minded people? Look no further, join Shenzhen’s English Improv workshops.
In our workshops you will learn how to stay present in the moment, improve your creativity, and communicate better using a variety of drama exercises and games from Improv Theatre.
Our regular sessions normally start of with some warm-up exercises that get our creative juices rolling. Depending on the topic of the workshop we will then explore different improv technique like “Say Yes” and see how status, emotion, physicality, voice can improve the delivery of your performance.
Whatever your skill level, we have something for you. Even if you have never stood on a stage before don’t be afraid to join. Our workshops provide a safe space for everyone. Nobody will be judged.
About the workshop leaders:
Chris is from Germany and started doing Improv with Beijing Improv in 2012. Since then he has led hundreds of Improv workshops and shows in English and Chinese throughout China. No matter if its short-form, long-form, or Playback Theatre, he’s done it all. And if you are very lucky, he’ll bring his piano to make you sing and dance.
Aaron has been performing improv across Shenzhen for the last 5 years. During which he has performed both short form (ZIP improv) and created the long form group (Domesticated Humans).
Time & Place: Every Monday 19:45-21:30, McCawley’s Bar (2nd Floor) in Sea World, Nearest Subway: 海上世界A出口, Seaworld Exit A
Price: 70/session, 200/4 sessions package
Contact: christophyew (WeChat)
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