Friday, April 15, 2005
Monday, April 11, 2005
Thanks to everyone who came out to enjoy the Impromaniacs' April 9th presentation of the Emperor's New Script! The 7:30pm performance was sold out and the 9:30pm was close to being sold out. We'd also like to thank Clayton Jevne, Artistic Director of Theatre Inconnu for the donation of the use of Inconnu's lighting board - very much appreciated! Be sure and catch the FaustFest, an international festival of Faustian performances that runs April 28 to May 8 2005 at various venues in Victoria. For more information, check out Theatre Inconnu's web site at http://www.islandnet.com/~tinconnu/.
Posted by ArgueGuy at 11:19 am
Tuesday, April 05, 2005
ADVANCED LONGFORM IMPROV WORKSHOP - Just back from the Berlin Improv Festival, Dave Morris will be delivering an advanced long form improv workshop to a maximum of 15 people on Sunday, April 10 from 11am to 3pm (one hour lunch break in the middle - you provide your own lunch). The cost per person is $15 payable at the door. The workshop is targeted to improvisors who already have a good grounding in the basics of improvisational theatre and who are looking to expand their improv horizons. The workshop will take place in the conference room at the Pacific Forestry Centre, located at 506 West Burnside Road. Reservations are strongly encouraged - call the Impromaniacs Hotline at 388-3658 to reserve your spot.
He has been producing, directing and teaching Improvisational Theatre for the past seven years, and performing for longer. He has three Gold medals from BC and a bronze nationally from the Canada Improv Games (CIG). In addition, along with Ryan Beil, he leads the Storytellers Improv Co. who recently completed their first appearance at the Chicago Improv Festival. To add to this, he is also a member of Vancouver's !nstant Theatre Co. He was a founder and director of North Vancouver's No Rehearsal Necessary, and Theatresports North Vancouver. He's performed in approximately one million improv shows - but who's counting? Dave is excited to be part of the cast for Impromaniacs production of the Emperor's New Script and is looking forward to introducing others to his favourite subject - improvisational theatre!
The Impromaniacs hope to see you there!
Posted by ArgueGuy at 12:08 am