Online Improv Workshop: What’s Your Story? with Levente Molnár
About this Event
How many words do you know? How many memories do you have? How many stories do you have? Memories and stories make connections between us. We can share our thoughts and our ideas, maybe our feelings but when we share our stories, we also share a part that makes us human beings, and it has a magical effect on stage and in real life as well.
When we improvise we use our available knowledge and resources. Our experiences, our memories are always available, and we don’t have to come up with clever ideas when we can show our clever and beautiful self.
In this workshop, we share our own stories and make connections.
This elective will explore: How many stories do we have?
How can we transform to use them on stage when we improvise?
How can stories connect us?
Min. participants 6, max. 12.
Levente Molnár is a founder and improviser of Momentán Company, the most acknowledged Hungarian improv group. He has been performing for over 18 years. He loves travelling around and regularly participates in the workshops and festivals of the international improv scene. He is a passionate explorer of improv and loves to make discoveries about the mysteries of human nature.
This intermediate workshop runs Sunday 30th May, 3 – 5.30 pm BST.
Intermediate (3/6 months+) These classes will be opportunities to add tools to your growing toolbox. Normally these classes will expect players to be confident playing scenes. These classes will provide practice and specific new skills.
Whatever the level of ability required, all of our classes are safe, supportive environments led by our experienced teachers. Please email us if you are unsure whether a class is suitable for you. If you sign up for a class inappropriate to your level the Nursery/Maydays reserved the right to remove you from the class without refund.
We offer free places for all online drop-ins and electives in order to make sure that the fun and community of improvisation is available to as many people as possible across the globe.
Free tickets available to those who are unable to afford them
Option to Buy a place, Give a place – for yourself and a place for someone less able to afford it.