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Improvisation

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  • 2. Improvisation Challenge 2
  • 3. IMPROVISATION CHALLENGE Since its first steps in Canada in 1977 the Improvisation Challenge has more and more propagated in all over the world: United States, France, Belgium, Spain, Brazil and, in 1989, Italy. How does it work? First of all, let’s have a look to the main figures it involves: - Two opposing teams; - A master of ceremony, who leads the players through the several steps of the show; -A dj/musician, who warms the audience up and underlines the crucial moments on the stage; - An arbiter, who guarantees a fair match. 3
  • 4. IMPROVISATION CHALLENGE After the audience warm up, the players introduction and the official anthem intonation, the match can get started: the arbiter draws a card and reads it out to the audience. Each card reports: - Improvisation title, strictly unknown to the players till that moment; - Number of players: unlimited or limited (for example “one for team”); - Style: sung, rhymed, rapped, or even Shakespearean, Western, or Soap; - Time: from 30” to 20’ 4
  • 5. IMPROVISATION CHALLENGE The real engine on the show is… the audience. The audience has to: - Suggest the titles of the improvisations; - Evaluate the best team after each performance; - Criticize the best performers… by throwing a slipper (provided at the entrance). 5
  • 6. IMPROVISATION CHALLENGE Why to choose the Improvisation TB? Because it improves creativity, hitch handling and problem solving skills and it suggests how to take advantage of any contingency. 6
  • 7. IMPROVISATION CHALLENGE Details: - The corporate group is divided in teams (max 5 people each); - Two hours long briefing with a acting coach; - Improvisation match (90’). We provide: - 1 arbiter - 1 dj/musician - 1 acting coach for each team - cards, uniforms, stationery. 7
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