Sue McPhee, Storycrafter
Improvisation has been defined as:
~The act of "foreseeing or providing for
~A performance given without planning or
~The act of performing spontaneously.
~The practice of making and creating
in the moment in response to one's
environment and inner feelings.
Why do we do it?
Remember how much fun it was as a child to “make believe?” To just let go and be free to pretend? With improv you get to go back and re-experience that freedom; re-live those fun moments while bringing out the erstwhile actor/actress in you.
Why take an improv workshop?
You get to:
~Learn something new
~Challenge yourself to be comfortable
~Get past "editing" yourself
~Approach life from a fresh, new
and free space
~Have an opportunity to live in the
no judgment zone
For information on Sue's Improvisation Workshops, click here.