#SWIMP18: Three people is not a crowd - group scenes (workshop)
Three people is not a crowd – group scenes
If you played in a scene in which there were more than two improvisers and you felt that it was too much, you are more than welcome to join this class! We will work on group scenes – how to listen to each other, how to move the focus of a scene, how to make everybody important, and how to make group characters. More than two people on the stage are a crowd? Not anymore!
About Alan Pakosz (POL)
Alan is Polish actor - a member of KTO Theatre for over 10 years, a member of cabaret group PUK and he also works as a master of ceremonies at events. His improv journey started 10 years ago, which makes him one of the first improvisers is Poland. He is a member of AD HOC Group from Cracow and an Artistic Director of International Improv Festival – ImproFest. For three years he has also been a member of Ohana – a European Improv Project. He has run over 100 workshops with improvisers, actors, and amateurs. He has participated in many workshops with teachers from the United States, England, the Netherlands, France, Germany, Australia, and Canada.