Project Description

Short-form Improv Class

Overview

Date: Every Monday

Time: 19:00 to 20:30

Venue: Landererova 8, Panorama City, Tower 1, Party Room, 81109 Bratislava

Fee: 12€ (pay on the spot) / 10€ (returning students, pay in advance, monthly)

What is short-form improv?

The legendary TV show “Whose line is it anyway?” successfully introduced the short-form improv format to the general public. Arguably the most popular form of improv in the world. Simply put, short-form is short funny improvised games and scenes. If you love improv comedy, lightning-fast reactions, and making your audience ROLF, then this is for you.

Each session is a stand-alone lesson that focuses on various areas – scene work, character work, stage presence, etc. Typically includes warm-up games and various short-form improv scenes and exercises that work on performance and core skills.

Note:
Please register in advance before coming to class. We want to keep you informed in case of any last-minute changes.

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What is improv?

Improv is a form of live theater in which the plot, characters, and dialogue of a scene or story are created spontaneously in front of the audience. Improv actors prepare for an improv performance by polishing these skills, the same skills that are vital for everybody to succeed in school, work, and life:

  • Leadership
  • Teamwork
  • Problem solving
  • Creativity
  • Active listening
  • Acceptance and agreement
  • Language
  • Confidence
  • Presentation
  • Voice and pronunciation
  • Interpersonal communication
  • Being present/ focus
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About the trainer

Hon Chong is an improviser, actor, storyteller and accomplished educator. He is the founder of Funnylicious Improv Theater and he regularly performs with his troupe.

He discovered improv while doing his theater and film studies in university. He has trained with well- known improv artists from around the world.

Hon has utilized his skills, along with extensive acting and improv training to coach and train a wide spectrum of clients and companies in a variety of contexts.

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