Making It Up Under the Spotlight

(Reported on the program ‘FM Lifestyle’ on Radio Beijing International on 02/08/2017)

Improvisation or simply improv is a form of theatre in which no script is used. Instead, the actors create the dialogue and action themselves as they perform.

Sound super challenging right? For me, definitely a yes until I met three experienced improvisation instructors—Jun Imai, Chris Wells and Zeng Cheng, who assures me that everyone is able to create interesting scenes that unfold on stage.

The three improv instructors are holding improvisation workshops in Beijing as a part of Mahu Improv International Master Classes.

One night at the Tianqiao Performing Arts Center, people interested in improvisation took a glimpse of this form of theatre work.

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Read the original article here.

(Reported by Radio Beijing International Reporter Chloe Liu and Intern Reporter Richelia Yeung/ Photography by Richelia Yeung)

 

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