How do you have fun on stage? Sometimes it happens seemingly by magic, but sometimes other things stand in our way -- nerves, outside life stress, or (let’s admit it) our not-always-perfect scene partners. In this workshop, instructor Mitchell Manar will help you look at the feeling of delight, and how we can use it deliberately to start having more fun in our scenes, no matter what.
Mitchell Manar is a theater creator, improv teacher, and researcher currently living in St Louis, Missouri. His improv journey began in 2012 taking classes at the Improv Shop in St Louis, and thereafter he was hooked. He was education coordinator and professional company member at Atlas Improv in Madison, Wisconsin for 3 years, and has also worked or performed in St Louis, Chicago, North Carolina, and Oklahoma City. He just finished a certificate in physical theater at Dell’Arte International, and is excited about exploring body-focused approaches to improv of all kinds.
The suggested price for this workshop is $15 or pay-what-you-can (cash only). No advance registration is needed
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