ONE EVENING, TWO SHOWS
Film Noir showcase
12 experienced improvisers worked for two days with international theatre-maker Manuel Speck on the ins and outs of improvising in the style of a Film Noir.
What will the detective need to solve this time? What dangers will they need to overcome? What dark secrets does the city hide, and who is ready to compromise themselves to keep them? Discover that and more in a fully improvised play in black-and-white.
7 Deadly Sins
What happens between the brief moment of life and death? How much do all small and big decisions of a lifetime weight in the end? Were you a good person? Just average? Do you deserve hell?
We all make mistakes based on the seven deadly sins (Lust, Gluttony, Greed, Sloth, Wrath, Envy, Pride) and we all have to live or die with the consequences of those mistakes.
“7 Deadly Sins” is an improvised theatre play exploring if a life was worthy or worthless? If death is the ultimate stairway to heaven or highway to hell?
The evening will feature two shows: the showcase in the style of Film Noir, directed by Manuel Speck, and the international improvised play 7 Deadly Sins performed by Billy Kissa, Manuel Speck, Gael Doorneweerd-Perry and special guest Laura Doorneweerd-Perry.
If you wish to subscribe to the Film Noir workshop intensive, we still have a few spots left here!