didaskalia
· ONLINE CLASS ·

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Didaskalia (stage direction): an instruction in the text of a play indicating the movement, position, or tone of an actor, or the sound effects and lighting.

 

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Have you ever wondered how you can incorporate these directions into your improvised scenes? In this class we will work on the different types of didaskalia we can find in universal theatre and how to adapt this element to the improvised work.

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  DIDASKALIA  

 DECEMBER 15 · 7-9.30 pm (CET · Madrid Time)  

(If you can't make it to the live class, you can also watch the recording)

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THE IMPRO CONSULT
· FREE ONLINE Q&A ·

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Sometimes we have doubts, concerns, and questions we never dared to ask.

Now you have a place to talk, listen and reflect on improvisation.

 

You don't know if that thing you tried on stage was a good or a bad move? Are you uncomfortable with the role you fill within your group? Are you starting to question yourself more and more often?

Don't worry, it happens to all of us. That's why we opened THE IMPRO CONSULT a safe place where Feña Ortalli will use all his experience and knowledge (but also his own doubts and fears) to try and answer the questions you might have about the technique or any concerns you can have about this puzzling art form.

 

  THE IMPRO CONSULT  

NEXT SESSION: 

DECEMBER 8 · 18-19.30 (CET · Madrid Time) 

(If you can't make it to the live class, you can send your questions and watch the recording)

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