TINY IMPROV MASTER CLASS #1: USING YOUR "WHERE" TO BUILD YOUR "WHO"
Tiny Improv offers the following Master Class to adult improvisors of all skill levels:
USING YOUR "WHERE" TO BUILD YOUR "WHO"
Mikael Rudolph - Instructor
February 13, 3-6PM
$40/$30 with college id or hardship approval
ComedySportz Theater 3001 Hennepin Ave S
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to register!
Explore refined definition of and interaction with invisible props and tools. If communication is 80% non-verbal, why do we look first to literal responses to what our partners feed us? Letting your hands and face alone do your talking? Breathe emotional life into the rest of your body and greatly broaden the range of your expression. Make visible the emotional effect your partners are having on you - be that inflating or deflating, being lifted or compressed, stunned or
electrified. If they press mute, are you still engaging as a performer?
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR:
A Seattle native, Mikael Rudolph holds a Bachelors in Dramatic Art degree from Whitman College in Walla Walla, Washington, and has since intensively studied theatre and mime with Marcel Marceau, Gregg Goldston, Kari Margolis and Kurt Schweickhardt, among others. A veteran of two decades of touring the U.S. and eleven other countries, Mikael is producing "FoolFest2005" at Mound's Theatre in St. Paul in March and will return for a second year at The Ordway's Flint Hills International Children's Festival with his solo show: "Swim Home" this June.