Sat 22. September 2018 at 14:00 - 17:00
Rahvaülikooli teatrikeskus · Vene 6, Tallinn, Estonia
In rocketry, “Max Q” is the point where a rocket experiences the greatest amount of
pressure. In improv, it’s the point in a scene where you know what the scene’s about, but
don’t know what to do next. This is a diagnostics workshop where we find out how to
send a scene rocketing towards a satisfying ending.
Kevin Miller has performed, coached, and taught improv in Austin, Texas for over 16
years. He is the dean of the Merlin Works Institute of Improvisation. He has teaching
experience in a dozen states and around the world, as far abroad as Finland and South
Africa. Kevin owns one dog, two cats, and ten chickens.