Remy Bertrand

improvisation workshop leader

Based in
London, United Kingdom
Also teaches in the world.
Remy Bertrand | improvisation workshop leader

Rates: See website


Make an enquiry Phone: (44) 208 144 2764
Skype

The journey:
- Awareness through relaxation and sensory awakening;
- Cooperation through goodwill, common rules and shared responsibility;
- Flow through simplicity, engagement and play;
- Commitment through focus, confidence and staying-power;
- Composition through serendipity, rhythm and disruption;
- Storytelling through vulnerability, provocation and transformation;
- Pleasure through shared courage and accomplishment.

The facilitator:
Remy was acting professionally aged 15. He performed in numerous theatrical and musical productions and appeared on US TV alongside Kristin Scott Thomas.

In London, he features regularly in improvisation shows with his collective, Friendly Fire, and teach improvisation to all kind of people including the cast of the first ever Yemeni movie, business consultants, homeless people and psychotherapists, to name but a few.

He runs a successful improvisation-based training company called imprology, created in 2005, runs the Improvising Meetup and is a member of the Applied Improvisation Network. BBC2 featured him teaching impro for The Speaker in 2009. He also teaches impro to post-graduates at the Drama Studio London.

Group Classes

Improvisation for beginners/improvers

Audience: For people with or without a previous experience of improvisation.

Content and outcomes: Aiming at genuine group creation, beginners/improvers classes look at what can be achieved collectively when we let go of our fears to fail and our need to prevail.

Key learnings
Working as a team, using the space, reconciling conflicting goals, favouring emotional spontaneity, mastering the power of simplicity.

Feedback and evaluation: You will exchange feedback with your group and your facilitator throughout the course through group discussions and other spontaneous reviewing methods. At the end of the course you and your facilitator will assess your progress and you will be asked to give some written evaluation about the course's content and delivery.

Required equipment: You should carry a notebook and pen should you want to take notes, and comfortable closing for moving around unrestrained. We are also advising you to carry a bottle of water and to drink regularly during classes.

It's a: 
class
Venue: 
Stageworks Studios, Europa House, 13-17 Ironmonger Row, London EC1V 3QG
Location: 
Old Street, London, United Kingdom
Date and time: 
Tuesdays 8 Nov to 20 Dec 2011, 19.30 to 22.00.
Rates: 
£162 (c£129) see website for early bird discount.

Improvisation for beginners

Audience
For people with little or no experience in improvisation and those who want to try a different approach.

Beginners' classes are non-judgmental and their difficulty level is very minimal to start with. You will progress through 7 key topics to re-claim the sense of play and spontaneity you had as a child. If it's your first time you will be looked after. If you are experienced you will develop new skills with new people.

Key learnings
Relaxing, listening, projecting, being in the moment, effortless creativity, non-verbal communication, learning to fail, working with other people ideas, working with group dynamics and pecking orders.

Feedback and evaluation: You will exchange feedback with your group and your facilitator throughout the course through group discussions and other spontaneous reviewing methods. At the end of the course you and your facilitator will assess your progress and you will be asked to give some written evaluation about the course's content and delivery.

Required equipment
You should carry a notebook and pen should you want to take notes, and comfortable closing for moving around unrestrained. We are also advising you to carry a bottle of water and to drink regularly during classes.

It's a: 
class
Venue: 
Craven Street Rehearsal Rooms, 10 Craven Street, London WC2N 5PE
Location: 
Charring Cross, London, United Kingdom
Date and time: 
Mondays 7 Nov to 19 Dec 2011, 19.30 to 22.00.
Rates: 
£162 (c£129) see website for early bird discount.

Services

Aimed at: Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced.

THE SMALL PRINT

We are in the business of making people happy, so if the first class you took with us didn't meet your expectations, let us know and we will offer you a full and prompt refund.

Make an enquiry Phone: (44) 208 144 2764
Skype

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