With KEITH JOHNSTONE (Calgary, Kanada)
in Berlin, 7 April – 14 April 2019 // 17 April – 24 April 2019 // 27 April – 4 May 2019
„I mean, an improviser should be more than just a comedian. Her should be able to impersonate all dreams and nightmares shich are locked in the minds of the audience.“
From 1956 to 1966, Keith Johnstone was Associate Director at the Royal Court Theatre, London. Under Johnstone’s direction the famous RCT authors’s studio was created. Writers like John Arden, Arnold Wesker and Edwatd Bond were amongst its members. In 1971 he moved to Canada to teach at Calgary University. There he foundet the “Loose Mooose Theatre” and became its artistic director. He is author of “Impro” (Methuen), one of the best-selling books on improvisation, and “Impro For Storytellers” (Faber and Faber).
„Johnstone confirms as the central factor of existence and of drama, a law of nature indispensable in private and public drama. His questions connect a new existence and performance.” (George Tabori)
For more information: www.keithjohnstone.com
8 days, daily 11am – 5pm
Fee for active participants: € 950,00 (€ 850,00*) // Fee for observers: € 475,00 (€ 425,00*) // fee for single day observer € 100,00.
* Charges in brackets are valid at enrolment of two or three Master Classes.
For actors, entertainers, theatre and filmmakers.