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This workshop will concentrate on the important element of Character. While the story may be key, good character-play on stage is what makes the story come alive.
The focus will be to direct attention to introducing the audience to the meat of the story the characters, and the relationships they share. We will explore various techniques and formats that make the transition from improviser to character smoother, quicker, and easier. We will work on using our faces, body parts, words, props, and points-of-view to build compelling characters and relationships.
About Arjun Mehra:
Arjun first stumbled upon Improv in Barcelona in 2015 through a meetup group for ‘Improv in the Park’. Since then he’s done over 200 shows and worked with improv artists from around the globe including Keith Johnstone, Patti Stiles, and Felipe Ortiz. For the last two years, he’s been performing at the Courtyard Playhouse, in Dubai, as part of its ensemble cast. On a good day, he likes to discuss the intricacies of everyday bowel movements and the fine craftsmanship involved in ‘letting it go’. On other days, he’ll bite your ear off in defense of the versatility of the sandwich.