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Demonstrative Vs Truthful Emotional Play - An Advanced Improv Workshop

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Sat, 29 Sep 11:00AM - 5:00PM
Commune Coworks , south bangalore
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Experience how to play using emotions to get out of your head. Forget about CROW, emotions are where it’s at. Everyone has experience of their own emotions so this workshop will give players the framework to experiment with projection using emotions. We’ll work on emotional projection in scene starts for slow-prov, how to use emotions effectively in quick-prov and games, and move onto coaching full scenes. Additionally, players will learn how to use the stage and stage positioning to heighten emotion and increase tension for the both the characters and the audience.

This advanced workshop is for those with some performance experience.

About Christiane Brew:
Christiane Brew is a British improvisor, storyteller, and professional actress based in Tokyo. Trained in Johnstonian, Spolin and UCB methods, she has performed improv and scripted plays on stages in Tokyo, NYC, Dubai, London, Hong Kong, and Bangalore. She has taught in Tokyo, Bangalore and the UK. Christiane’s recent work has seen her in Japan’s favourite Shin-Godzilla movie, American Express world-wide TV commercial, provided the voices for several game characters, and she is the face and body for another 2 world-wide video games. She feels she secured these because of her experience in improv.

Her secret superpower is listening and observing, be that when coaching or performing. A sponge that soaks everything in and plays it for the truth of the moment, not for easy laughs. And some say she’s naturally funny, though you’ll have to be the judge of that.

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Commune Coworks 139, First Cross Road, V Block, A Cross Road, Koramangala, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560095
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It all started in April this year, when I first saw ICB perform at their show Mashprov. I was introduced to a new form of theatre and art form which I vaguely remembered from having seen a single episode of Whose Line is it Anyway. But this, this was real. There was Abhishek, the brilliant host (the best one in ICB) who did an amazing job in explaining this art form and the many acts of the show captivating us in the process. Lavanya, who just amazed me with her expressive acting and improv skills. Balasree, whose sarcasm and perfect timing added to the charm. Sneha, who just owned the game “New Choice” with her absurd, funny and interesting choices. Then there was Akhil, who just took it to the next level by playing some grumpy politician in a gameshow. I’ve never laughed so much before.
So began my love for ICB, and my love for improv. I had immense respect and admiration for every single person in ICB after seeing them perform. Over time, I met the other amazing artists of the group. Vaishnavi, who could slay you on stage without a sweat if needed. Aarti, who could get into any character with her own fun style (Loved the one where she and Nasir played grumpy parents with

Lavanya and Sahil as the kids in a game of “Story Story Die”). 

But these were just the tip of the iceberg. Just when I thought this couldn’t get any better, I was introduced to two of the senior members of ICB, Rohit and Nasir.
The show was Improv Mayhem, also featuring an amazing Improv artist from japan, Christiane Brew. Although every single one of them performed really well, you could clearly see the magic that Rohit and Nasir had together when they performed. And that’s the show I became a big fan of Rohit.

Then came ICB’s next amazing ensemble, The Adamant Eve’s. The all-women improv group, featuring another great senior improviser from ICB, Madhu. She’s a true actor, you can see it in the way she expresses herself. This show really upped ICB’s game a notch and they even added a musical element to it. I had tears of laughter during the show. Too much fun. The girls were amazing!

And finally, the latest show by ICB, “Improvised Tales with ICB”. Something new, something wonderful. The show was hilarious. Rohit was may favourite, again. Balasree, killed it with her amazing keyboard and musical skills. The musical element for this show was exceptional. The tales like taking a boring “fairy tale” suggestion from the audience and giving it a “desi twist” was brilliance and just hysterical. And as usual, these guys up their level every single time. I measure their shows by how much I cry laughing during their show, and this show, I cried the most. 


I've been to all of ICB's shows since I came to know about. I enjoyed their shows then, and I continue to love and admire their work even now.

Can’t wait for the next one!
- by Faraz MR for Improvised Tales with ICB - With Improv Comedy Bangalore organized by ICBangalore .
- by Ambika Singh for Improv Mayhem organized by ICBangalore .
Fairly good. Not high on intelligent quotient though - by Padma Sangali for Improv Comedy Bangalore .
Had great fun - by Divya Premchand for Improv Comedy Bangalore .
Great work

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- by Vignesh for Improv Comedy Bangalore .
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