Improvisation Workshop with Andrew Hefler

Date: 
November 12, 2015 - 18:00 - 21:00
Building: 
Oktober 6. u. 7
Room: 
Oktober Hall
Event type: 
Event audience: 
CEU host unit(s): 
Center for Arts and Culture (CAC)
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Improvisation Workshop with Andrew Hefler
Improvisation is discovering yourself and the yourselves that you don’t yet know.

This course builds skills for improvised scenework and narrative on stage. However, everyone improvises all the time, so it can be worthwhile raising your awareness and honing your technique. It can help develop communication skills and problem solving by unlocking creativity and putting yourself and others playfully at ease. Improvisation addresses questions of risk and fear, agreement, collective creativity and exercises parts of yourself that might need to get out more often. So whether you are open to get to know other people or yourself a bit better or you feel like playing on stage this could be a good workshop for you.

 

Andrew Hefler is an actor and improvisation instructor. He is the director of Grund Szinhaz, a local theatre company. He has worked extensively with Keith Johnstone, Charna Halpern, Gary Austin and many others over decades. He has taught courses in theatres and universities in North America and Europe.

 

Admission is free for CEU community. However, please register if you want to participate by sending an email to cac@ceu.edu.