Improvisation for the Actor
Although improvisation appears to be free-form, it is actually a structured process using techniques that can benefit actors in a variety of situations. Learn to make clearer, quicker and more definite choices. Listen and communicate better, and muffle your personal editor which often blocks you from being more creative and open in your acting.
Vero Voce's "Imagination Workshop" is an introduction to the world of theater to younger actors 6- 12 years old.
Instead of using scripts, students will use their mind and body to convey emotions and scenarios, allowing the actors to fully grasp the importance of making choices and understanding the specificity of certain situations.
The instructor will help students prepare believably performed "actions". With each action, students will create environments and scenarios to perform in, all while truthfully maintaining character and surrounding.
At the end of the course, the young actors will have learned that acting isn't necessarily about what you say and how you say it, but about what you feel and convey to an audience.
Musical Improv: How to Compose Wonderful Improv Songs with or without Musical Talent!
This jam packed, fast paced, and fun workshop teaches the secrets of creating and performing excellent musical improv. You’ll learn the basics (melody, rhyming, lyrics, emotions, movement, etc.), and the different skills needed in performing songs in both short form and long form improv shows. All are welcome - from the beginner with no musical experience to students who have studied for a while and want to get more solid in their skills.