Silence and Emotion Workshop
Saturday, October 27 @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm$25
Silence and emotion are two of the most powerful, and underused, tools an improviser has to work with on stage. Strong emotional choices give characters depth and make choices easier for the performer.Silence gives scenes time to breathe, for tension to grow and give more power to the performers on stage. This workshop will help performers make stronger emotional choices, become more comfortable with silence, learn how to move scenes forward without speaking and build scenes using emotion.
About your instructor:
L.E. Zarling has been performing and teaching improv since 2003. She has taught workshops at theaters and festivals nationwide. Her current one person show- Wisconsin Laugh Trip- has taken her from Brooklyn to California to Tampa and has been described by audience members as ‘the most fun ever’.