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Level Guidelines

All Levels

Who: This course is open to participants of all backgrounds interested in improvisation, play and connection.

Benefits: Reduces social anxiety; Improves resilience; Encourages interaction; Increases self-awareness; Fosters cooperation; Rewards curiosity.

Scoop: You will find pleasure in slowing down, connecting with yourself, relating to others and taking risks. You will sample different improvisation games and have fun interacting with new people.


Beginner

Who: This course is for participants with no previous experience of improvisation or keen to try a different approach in a safe and friendly space.

Benefits: Reduces social anxiety; Improves resilience; Encourages interaction; Increases self-awareness; Fosters cooperation; Rewards curiosity.

Scoop: Relaxation, play and cooperation. You will express yourself while listening to others and find pleasure in co-creation. You will learn to improvise by playing games, from the simplest to the most sophisticated, and create scenes and stories spontaneously as part of an ensemble.


Improver

Who: This course is for participants with a previous experience of improvisation, be it with imprology or otherwise.

Benefits: Improves resilience; Encourages interaction; Increases self-awareness; Fosters cooperation; Demystifies creativity; Rewards curiosity.

Scoop: Cooperation, commitment and flow. You will learn to bring scenes and stories to life by making simple, binding choices, shifting your focus from the personal to the collective, and practising lightness, courage and mutual support.


Intensive

Whom: This course is for facilitators, team leaders, directors, performers, teachers, artists and learners from all walks of life with a previous experience of improvisation - be it with words, music, movement, plastic art or any other means - keen to practice intensively in a safe and friendly space.

Benefits: Encourages interaction; Increases self-awareness; Facilitates fluent behaviours; Improves resilience; Demystifies creativity; Fosters cooperation; Strengthens problem-solving skills; Promotes authenticity; Rewards curiosity.

Scoop: Variable (see individual description as listed).


Advanced

Who: This course is not open to the general public. It is not an entry-level course, and you must complete at least two other impro courses with us, sometimes more, (depending on your progress and appetite for risk-taking) before joining. Ask your imprology facilitator for details.

Benefits: Encourages interaction; Increases self-awareness; Facilitates fluent behaviours; Improves resilience; Enhances presentation skills; Demystifies creativity; Fosters cooperation; Strengthens problem-solving skills; Promotes authenticity; Rewards curiosity.

Scoop: Flow, lightness and congruence. You will learn to improvise plays. You will achieve this by performing stories containing multiple scenes both during classes and, on the last day of the cycle, in front of a real audience.


Zootrophice rehearsal, London, 2017


 
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