Car-rides and breakups? How do those two go along together? Well first things first, in this workshop we will focus on two very precise but different situations in life.
What kind of break-ups are there? What emotions, bargainings and awkward silences do we have to overcome? We will figure and fight it out together.
We will also learn how to do an improvised scene on a car-ride, how to be in a confined space, how to handle the road, the steering wheel and your passenger at the same time.
This workshop will take breakup-scenes and car-rides from famous movies as inspiration to discover what works and what doesn’t and in the end you might even be suited to break up with someone while being on a car-ride.
Friday June 17
19:00 to 22:00
€55 for the 3-hours workshop
All our classes are accessible.
Location: Sportzaal – Huis van de Wijk de Meeuw (Motorwal 300, Amsterdam)
You can see Manuel on stage on Thursday Jun 16 in the show of Killed by Tygers at NDSM Café!
“Try to surprise yourself and trust your partners”
Those are the maxims Manuel Speck follows while playing improv.
His impro-roots are based in Mainz, Germany where he was 2010 one of the founding members of the group “Die Affirmative”. In 2015 he founded the group “FEM Fatale” in Karlsruhe and is now artistic director of “Improtheater Karlsruhe”.
He is also a founding member of the European Impro-initiative The SIN and performs worldwide with known players like Gael Doorneweerd-Perry (France), Billy Kissa (Greece) and Beata Rózalska (Poland).
He loves do explore the range impro has to offer from silly, comedic shows to surreal and controversial longform-formats. To discover the stories onstage and to connect with improvisers offstage around the world are the things that keep him going. Due to his background in film he is always eager to bring Movie- and TV- Genres and -styles to the stage.