Improv toolbox: Freeform, scene edits and organic transitions
We all love to see movies with smooth and gentle transitions. To see different pieces of a jigsaw fall in place, echoing previous themes in parallel dimensions. To follow a camera moving and jumping from a character to another without the viewer noticing it
This is a workshop about transitions and edits, to create organic freeform shows, without any break. Using different techniques (from classical improv edits revisited to movie shots), you will learn different tools you can use to improve your freeform, longform or even shortform shows.
Based on a total trust in your partners, you will experiment a new intensive way of improvising, where the game is everywhere, at every moment, without a pause.
Boundaries aren’t limits, they create playgrounds!
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The format: Musical Puzzle
Gael Doorneweerd-Perry is a phenomenal teacher and performer. From the moment he hits the stage, you are grabbed by his presence and impressed by the ease with which he works with his cast mates and the audience. As a teacher, students are impressed by not only his vast knowledge of the improv art form but his passion for teaching and performing it. His tools, knowledge and personality make everyone around him better. A truly pillar of the improv community.