Remember 'Whose Line is It Anyway'? The hilarious TV show that leaves us laughing every time we watch it. This is a format of comedy called Improv Comedy - where everything is made on the spot.
We bring you the chance to have a taste of this form of improv comedy in a guided workshop where you will learn the basic fundamentals of unscripted comedy. The workshop will introduce you to the basic foundation elements like Yes-And, Characters, Relationships, scene work, etc. ....and most importantly having fun on stage and making the audience laugh effortlessly.
So come have a Blast, Laugh like Crazy, Sharpen your Reflexes, Learn to enjoy the moment, Make New Friends.....and a lot more. come and you will experience yourself
Is it tough? Not at all Is it easy? definitely not Is it fun? Hell Yeah Is it learnable? umm that's not a word - but we get you and the answer is a BIG YES !!
So come and be a part of this crazy world of Improv and join in, for an exciting workshop of introduction to Improv techniques and Theatresports with Nautankibaaz Improv Comedy.
History of Improv - Improvisational Theatre (or Improv) has been at the helm of comedy in the US since its inception in the 1930s has been evolving into one of the most exciting contemporary performance arts. The games and exercises which Improv artists use to get trained are relevant and enjoyable for everyone else. They not only make you sharp and quick but also make sure you have a lot of fun. In the last 20 years, Improv has been finding its way into various training and innovation sessions with great success.
Improv comedy was made famous by the legendary Whose line is it anyway?. An extremely spontaneous and entertaining art form, this has been brought into training leaders creatively. Large organizations like Amazon and Google often use improv as a part of their leadership training as it helps leaders being themselves, spontaneous and a little free in the head, read happily.
About Us - We are Nautankibaaz Improv Comedy - one of the most committed improv groups of Delhi NCR which is in the process of creating an improv revolution across the north of the country. We have had more than 50 shows across India and trained over 800 students in the last two years. Yeah, we are on a roll.
About the Trainer- Ankur had been into the amateur theatre for ten years when he discovered Improv in Seattle. He started training under the Unexpected productions and completed the 4 levels of Improv classes available there. He later trained under the Magnet theatre in NYC. Convinced that this art form is what he wants to follow and promote, once back to India, he started improv classes and created the first improv group of Gurgaon, Nautankibaaz Improv Comedy (NIC).
NIC has till now conducted more than 45 shows across India (including the Rashtrapati Bhavan) and Ankur has trained more than 300 students in the last two years. Apart from theatre,Ankur holds a Masters in Interaction Designer from the National Institute of Design, Ahmedabad and helps improve the user experience of the organizations that he works with.