Conflict and emotional distance can work their way into one’s play over time until they become dominant choices. But what if instead of choosing conflict, we choose love instead? Making a conscious decision to appreciate and collaborate with your scene partner can take your scenework in unexpected and wonderful directions. In this workshop, Justin and Kelly will introduce techniques for finding meaningful connections with your scene partner, and explore the virtues of playing from a standpoint of total agreement. When you choose to embrace your scene partners rather than resist them, the possibilities for your scenework are truly limitless.
**About Justin & Kelly**
Justin and Kelly spend most of their time on tour, performing and teaching at theaters and festivals around the country; since 2014, they have performed and taught over 200 shows and workshops in 24 different states, the District of Columbia, Canada, and international waters. Off stage, they promote a DIY ethos that encourages improvisers to find their own voices and own their own work. They are based in New York City, where they are the founders of Countdown Theater, a roaming pop-up improv collaborative. With Glassworks, they are the organizers of the Basement Improv Summit.
Thursday May 24 6-9 PM
Carriage Court Pizza (Upper Room)
211 East St, Crown Point, IN 46307