Learn new skills at #sgimprovfest workshops

 

At the Singapore Improv Festival, pick up new skills whether you're new to improv or an improviser or performer.

Workshops for everyone

If you've not had any improv experience, check out these workshops:

Improv for Everyone
Saturday & Sunday 1-3pm
Centre 42, Rehearsal Studio

If you've always wanted to try out improv but never had the chance, this workshop is for you. It offers a taste of what improv has to offer, covering the the fundamental principles of improv in a jam-packed 2 hour session. Everyone can take part. No prior improv experience required!

Applied Improv: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love The Art of Presentation
Sunday 11am - 1pm
Centre 42, Rehearsal Studio

If you work in an office, chances are presentations are a big part of your life. In some situations, the way in which you make presentations might even affect your standing in the company, and in turn your career. Through this workshop, find out how you're able to apply basic improv techniques to your presentations to make them all the more effective in getting your ideas across to your intended audience. No improv experience required.

Workshops for improvisers and actors

Level up your skills at the festival

Dramatic Improv
Saturday 11am- 1pm
Centre 42, Rehearsal Studio

Traditionally, improv has been associated with comedy. But it can easily be a dramatic art form given a different framework. Go on a journey with Hazel Ho, director of The Improv Company’s resident dramatic improv group, The Plot Thickeners, as she and her team impart their knowledge on how to create rich stories and nuanced characters.


Find the Game
Sunday 11am - 1pm
Centre 42, Meeting Room

While short-form improv has a tendency to lean towards comedy, it might be harder to find the connection in long-form improvisation. Through understanding Upright Citizens Brigade's concept of the Game of the scene, work together with director and experienced improviser Jon Cancio to discover "the funny" of scenes, and learn how to heighten and expand on "the funny".

Keith Johnstone Workshop by Arnaud Pierre
Sunday 1 - 3pm
Centre 42, Meeting Room

Details coming soon.