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Impro Melbourne Our show will play with the theme of creative 'borderless' by showcasing two of Impro Melbourne’s diverse and enthralling season highlights.
The first half is Double Acts which is all about the creative camaraderie between two improvisers. Trust, communication and finding a shared creative space is needed to bring this work to life.
The second half is Lugares (Places), an engaging and emotive show that unearths personal stories and comedic treasures. The show sees members of the audience describe a special setting. This glimpse into an inner world might describe a house of a grandparent, an attic room lived in during college, or a car you commute in. The improvisers create exciting new stories and parallel worlds that will change the way we see the spaces around us, and connect us to our own personal places. A reminder of how fortunate we are to have such spaces in our lives and to think of those who have had to leave theirs.
Inspinazie XS Ask for a moral or mental border an audience member would like to cross.
IMPRO 2016 - Berlin International Festival Improvise a monologue about a personal limit you have come to
Daniela Lucato https://www.facebook.com/connectingfingers
Improfestival Mainz - Punk und Pump We're doing Mass Scenes in which about 25 people are all acting at the same time. For example, an improvised medieval battle or sth. like that.

So our suggestion for you is: Do a mass scene, sth. that only works if you got a load of people. Even if you're performing in a duo. Make this work.
DRAMA light Where do you feel at home?
Teatribù Play a multi-language scene (we are lucky to have on stage players from different countries, everyone will play with his own motherlanguage, and everyone will understand! (like in the
format "Translation").

Or use languages, the way you prefer
acCOglienza Project http://goo.gl/forms/ATVRfSLqej
B-Teatro An ensamble from different improv groups of the town, gathered to make a new show with no borders!
"Grazie al Cielo, sei qui" (thank God, you're here) is a box in which a guest is invited to improvise, but... he comes on stage with a blindfold on his eyes! So he discovers the set just a second after he can hear the line "Thank God, you are here!".
Wellington Improvisors Some local Wellington improvisors worked with Steve Jarand on a crash course when working with masks. Teaching to not become too intellectual and become emotional with our connections on stage.
Social Impro We will do two-three scene montages inspired by the real stories and thoughts of refugees in Romania, obtained with the help of the Romanian Council for Refugees. This NGO is also the recipient of our income from the event.
Rated G The show is $5 for kids, $7 for adults. We will be taking donations separately for Improv Without Borders.

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Impro Melbourne
Our show will play with the theme of creative 'borderless' by showcasing two of Impro Melbourne’s diverse and enthralling season highlights.
The first half is Double Acts which is all about the creative camaraderie between two improvisers. Trust, communication and finding a shared creative space is needed to bring this work to life.
The second half is Lugares (Places), an engaging and emotive show that unearths personal stories and comedic treasures. The show sees members of the audience describe a special setting. This glimpse into an inner world might describe a house of a grandparent, an attic room lived in during college, or a car you commute in. The improvisers create exciting new stories and parallel worlds that will change the way we see the spaces around us, and connect us to our own personal places. A reminder of how fortunate we are to have such spaces in our lives and to think of those who have had to leave theirs.
Inspinazie XS
Ask for a moral or mental border an audience member would like to cross.
IMPRO 2016 - Berlin International Festival
Improvise a monologue about a personal limit you have come to
Daniela Lucato
https://www.facebook.com/connectingfingers
Improfestival Mainz - Punk und Pump
We're doing Mass Scenes in which about 25 people are all acting at the same time. For example, an improvised medieval battle or sth. like that.

So our suggestion for you is: Do a mass scene, sth. that only works if you got a load of people. Even if you're performing in a duo. Make this work.
DRAMA light
Where do you feel at home?
Teatribù
Play a multi-language scene (we are lucky to have on stage players from different countries, everyone will play with his own motherlanguage, and everyone will understand! (like in the
format "Translation").

Or use languages, the way you prefer
acCOglienza Project
http://goo.gl/forms/ATVRfSLqej
B-Teatro
An ensamble from different improv groups of the town, gathered to make a new show with no borders!
"Grazie al Cielo, sei qui" (thank God, you're here) is a box in which a guest is invited to improvise, but... he comes on stage with a blindfold on his eyes! So he discovers the set just a second after he can hear the line "Thank God, you are here!".
Wellington Improvisors
Some local Wellington improvisors worked with Steve Jarand on a crash course when working with masks. Teaching to not become too intellectual and become emotional with our connections on stage.
Social Impro
We will do two-three scene montages inspired by the real stories and thoughts of refugees in Romania, obtained with the help of the Romanian Council for Refugees. This NGO is also the recipient of our income from the event.
Rated G
The show is $5 for kids, $7 for adults. We will be taking donations separately for Improv Without Borders.

March 12th is getting closer and we would like to propose an idea how to connect with each other besides the fact that we are all performing for the same cause:

All of us have the possibility to make a suggestion (see new field „suggestions“ in the event form of the website) that could inspire a scene on March 12th. The suggestion should circle around topics like borders, limits, liberty and could be just a single word or a very concrete instruction like „improvise a scene that takes place at an actual border“ or „sing a song about freedom“.

Please enter your suggestions in the online form (you can just login on the login page with your previously used login and will be able to add it there) until the end of February! We will then have a collection of suggestions for March 12th that everyone of us is free to use as they please.

You could print the suggestions for the audience, post them online, read during your show, you can take one suggestion or all – whatever you like. Again you are free to do what supports your show!