Lovin' Touchin' Squeezin'
We are afraid of real emotions and even more afraid of a genuine connection on stage whilst violent and abusive persona's are easily played by some people. How come?
In this workshop we will explore physicality between 2 people and see how each and every kind of touch, eye contact, kiss, movement has a direct influence on how people perceive your 'relationship'.
Also we will see how you "as a group" can move forward by clearly discussing what you find okay and not okay. Transparency of these feelings in a group only makes you stronger.
We will explore real emotions, real connections and also real body language. all of this in a safe environment with no judgment whatsoever.
Open to improvisers of all levels.
Ive been playing improv for over 6 years and I am active in around 5 groups (*yes, I am. No, Im not ashamed*)
I have been teaching my own group (Compagnie AMAI) frequently for over 3 years now and started giving specified Workshops for over 2 years now.
Since 1 year I have dived into the world of gender-related courses to create my own workshops that revolve around Gender, Sexuality and Equality on stage. My degree as a social worker (with a year Relation Therapy) assist me in this.
Please note that all sales are final. Late comers will not be admitted to the theatre so please arrive before the advertised time.
The Teacher's Club Theatre (View)
36 Parnell Square West
|Minimum Age: 18|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|