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11. februar 2020
Kl. 18.30

Improv Comedy Night

Come experience a rare evening of improvised comedy theatre.
International improv troupe Giggle Me This will perform an exciting show filled with real-time storytelling sketches, all based on audience suggestions. That’s right, you get to decide!


GMT Harold will feature 3 parts; in Act I & II, the actors will perform a Broken Chain, where they play dozens of characters, all linked to the others, and a Chicago-style long form scenes called the Harold.
In Act III they will do short scenes inspired by YOUR suggestions!


During these three acts, you will be able to see a special mix of short and high intensity scenes combined with longer stories.

Tickets 50 kr cash on the door
Doors open 18:30, show starts at 19:00
Come early to reserve your seat- first come, first served.

We’ll select 1 person who has clicked “Going” on the Facebook event to win a free ticket. Make sure you’ve RSVP’d by 11th of February!

What is improv comedy?
Improvisation, or improv, is a form of live theatre in which the plot, characters and dialogue of a game, scene or story are made up in the moment. Often improvisers will take a suggestion from the audience, or draw on some other source of inspiration to get started.
Improv is unique in that if you see a performance, that’s it… there will never be another show exactly like it ever done again. Improv is different every time.
(From hideouttheatre.com)


What is Chicago-style long form?
This form of improv involves well-defined characters who show up during the various interconnected scenes. Chicago-style improv uses long-form narratives to aid in the sense of interconnectedness between the scenes. Improvisers develop their characters throughout the scenes, giving the audience a real sense of the improvisational character development by the end of the show. The actors will make use of an audience-driven theme or concept. Each show starts with a word taken from the audience to be used as source material for the scenes that follow.
(Definition from nearsay.com)


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