Level 1A 19/01 – 02/03

DKK 1.295,00

The ICC Level 1A – INTRO TO IMPROV 1 of 2

Dates: January 19th, 26th and February 2nd, 9th, 16th, 23nd and March 2nd.
Time:  Saturdays, 12:45 – 15:15
Location: ICC Theatre, Frederikshomls Kanal 2, København

Price includes one class trip together to one of the ICC shows, student discounts, and awesome new  friends

In our Level 1A FUNdamentals class, you’ll learn “YES! AND…!”, the main philosophy of accepting and building. You’ll also learn the other building blocks of improvisation, listening, staying present, ensemble, support, deferring judgment and, most importantly, fun.

About the teacher:
Sarah McGillion has been regularly performing improv comedy at the ICC since May 2016. She has a background in theatre since the age of four, training with The Young People’s Theatre in Dublin, the Gaeity School of Acting, and the Irish Film Academy. Sarah has completed practical and theoretical drama examinations, as well as competing in national competitions in Ireland for acting and poetry. More recently, Sarah has trained and performed at improv festivals across Europe (Amsterdam, Barcelona, Copenhagen, Oslo, Tampere); The US ( Los Angeles,New York); and Australia (Melbourne, Sydney), from where she brings extensive experience, both from the various different schools of improv taught, and also the many stages on which she has performed. Sarah performs with the narrative improv team Murder of Crows, and runs the weekly ICC Short Form shows.

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The ICC Level 1A – INTRO TO IMPROV 1 of 2

Dates: January 19th, 26th and February 2nd, 9th, 16th, 23nd and March 2nd.
Time:  Saturdays, 12:45 – 15:15
Location: ICC Theatre, Frederikshomls Kanal 2, København
Teacher: Sarah McGillion

Price includes one class trip together to one of the ICC shows, student discounts and awesome new friends

In our Level 1A FUNdamentals class, you’ll learn “YES! AND…!”, the main philosophy of accepting and building. You’ll also learn the other building blocks of improvisation, listening, staying present, ensemble, support, deferring judgment and, most importantly, fun.

FAQ

“What is improv?” At its heart, improvisation is about working together as a team to create something wonderful in the moment. Improv is literally for everyone because it’s all about having fun and improving as a person. It’s a great way to push the boundaries of your comfort zone in a positive and supportive environment. Remember, every second of every day is improvised. So you’re already doing it, whether you know it or not.

Why is it called Level 1A?  It’s where you learn the building blocks of improvisation.

“What do I need to bring?”

* Clothing that you can move easily in

* A bottle of water

* An open mind and an eagerness to explore.

“Will there be a performance?” Nope.

“What do we do?”  Each week we will introduce you to new exercises and challenges to help you become more aware, a better listener, and more confident in a safe and supportive atmosphere. You will also begin to understand the importance of supporting others, being open and accepting.

“Who can take this class?” Anyone 18 years old and over.

“How long is this class?”7 week sessions with each class lasting 2.5 hours.

“What’s the value of this?”  You’ll learn improv skills and philosophies which will improve your life: confidence, better listening, staying in the moment, working with an ensemble, creativity and problem solving, trusting yourself, becoming a better public speaker and more comfortable around people. Improv also helps you become comfortable with the uncomfortable. Plus, it’s amazingly fun.

“Do I have to be funny?” Absolutely not, but you might be. It’s more about adding skills to who you already are rather than trying to be funny.  

“Should I sign up?” YES! AND you’ll learn how to do all of this in a positive, safe and fun environment. Reward yourself with a bit of fun!

About the teacher:
Sarah McGillion has been regularly performing improv comedy at the ICC since May 2016. She has a background in theatre since the age of four, training with The Young People’s Theatre in Dublin, the Gaeity School of Acting, and the Irish Film Academy. Sarah has completed practical and theoretical drama examinations, as well as competing in national competitions in Ireland for acting and poetry. More recently, Sarah has trained and performed at improv festivals across Europe (Amsterdam, Barcelona, Copenhagen, Oslo, Tampere); The US ( Los Angeles,New York); and Australia (Melbourne, Sydney), from where she brings extensive experience, both from the various different schools of improv taught, and also the many stages on which she has performed. Sarah performs with the narrative improv team Murder of Crows, and runs the weekly ICC Short Form shows.

 

Still not sure?…….. WATCH THE VIDEO “WHY JOIN AN IMPROV CLASS?”

TESTIMONIALS

“It is easily the greatest thing in Copenhagen.”

“My lifesaver in keeping my spirits high.”

“I have never laughed so much in one day!”

“Great atmosphere, great teacher, amazing energy”

“You learn so much about the techniques of improv, that you can even apply in everyday life, go out of your comfort zone and having great fun doing it.

“If you’re on the fence, say your first of many yeses and give improv a shot!”

“I had a blast learning from Improv Comedy Copenhagen!”

Contact information

Improv Comedy Copenhagen
Frederiksholms Kanal 2
1220 København K

icc@improvcomedy.eu

CVR: 37400742

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