In Improv we hardly ever have objects physicaly available on stage. All we can do is make them visible through our body and our spacework. Our purpose is to create to the audience the illusion that they are really there, and to clearly see the world through our eyes.
A scene loses its credibility when the actors are not realistic with their movements and use the space vaguely. We often forget where we place things, or we use our hands the same way regardless whether we are holding a tv set, or a bowl of pop corn.
During this workshop we will work on creating and using realistic spaces on stage, through improv techniques, physical theater and a bit of mime work. We will make the invisible, visible!