Legal address: AITA/IATA asbl - MAI, 40 rue Washington, 1050 Bruxelles-Ixelles, Belgique

Workshop in Spanish

Session 1 on Monday 18 January at 19:00 Paris time (UTC+1)

Session  2 on  Monday 1 February at 19:00 Paris time (UTC+1)

Session 3 on  Monday 15 February at 19:00 Paris time (UTC+1)

Session 4 on  Monday 1 March at 19:00 Paris time (UTC+1)

Registration will close on the Thursday evening before each workshop session and

AITA/IATA will confirm if your registration has been accepted to attend the workshop.

Each 1.5 hour workshop session is for up to 30 people.  AITA/IATA and CLT hope to see a diverse range of people attend each workshop: diverse in terms of age, experience, country and Region of AITA/IATA.

Improvisation as a Creative Tool

by Mauro Molina

Improvisation is one of the fundamental skills that every actor must have. Not only is it a key tool to get out of trouble when the scene does not work, but it is also an excellent creative strategy. It´s also a very popular style of theatre that we can see in our cities and on our TVs. The workshop will work with improvisation as a tool so that students explore their creativity and reinforce their personal confidence. It will help them develop the ability to work in a team and incorporate the fundamental notions of the actor’s work.

Session 1. Improvisation.

We will work on the main concepts of improvisation for developing scenes.

Session 2. Action.

Based on the scenes developed, we will work on the central action of each scene and each character’s actions.

Session 3. Character.

We will work with improvisation for developing a character.

Session 4. The Actor as Playwright.

We will work on the dialogues created improvisation exercises as well as classic theatre scenes.

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Mauro Molina

Executive Director CLT

Argentine Director, playwright, interpreter, teacher and producer, currently based in Spain.

He directed more than 20 theatre productions and received several awards. He has presented his plays in festivals in Latin America and Europe. He has taught several workshops in Latin America and Europe, focusing on training theatre teachers.

He is the co-founder of the Corredor Latinoamericano de Teatro and the current director of the Latin American Theater Festival Southeast Region of the Province of Buenos Aires Argentina and the ENDOA Festival in Valencia, Spain.