Improvised Theater

In Improvised Theater, students develop the fundamental skills to create short improvised scenes. The unit has focuses on accepting, advancing, extending and justifying offers in scene work. Students develop an understanding of narrative structures and how to use voice, movement and space to spontaneously form believable and engaging characters and relationships in performance. This course improves student listening skills, promotes collaborative learning and develops student confidence in performance. Students will practice and present a wide range of improvisation games to an audience of their peers.
Prerequisites: None
Length of course: 1 trimester