About the Workshop
Narrative improv is hard, but can be incredibly rewarding for an audience.
Learning the skills to improvise a (semi-)coherent story that engages an audience on an emotional level is a big enough job in itself. Which is why so many Narrative shows become too plotty and not funny enough.
Graham will introduce students to some really accessible and applicable ways of balancing Game and Story, from scene to scene in your narrative show.
Some improv experience, or at least an interest in Narrative improv would be ideal.
Graham is the founder of The Free Association improv theatre based in London, UK. He is one of the co-creators of the hugely successful Austentatious which is currently enjoying a run in London’s West End. He’s also appeared in a number of films and TV shows including the recent release ‘All My Friends Hate Me’ which can be seen on both Prime and Apple TV.