Sat 22. September 2018 at 10:00 - 13:00
Rahvaülikooli teatrikeskus · Vene 6, Tallinn, Estonia
The session starts with some warm up including traditional games. It continues with the explanations of games that we developed from traditional theater forms into improv; different storytelling styles and story building with audience interaction. The main idea is creating simple games from traditional forms in order to enrich the improvisational repertoire. The most important achievement of this workshop is asking questions about different traditional forms and if they can be used in improv.
Koray Tarhan graduated from Ankara University Theater Dept. in 2001. He is one of the founders of the first improv group in Turkey in 2000 and works as an actor, instructor, musician and project coordinator in Istanbulimpro. He uses improvisation in business, education and social projects. Works with children, teenagers and adults in different foundations and organizations. His book ‘Dogaclama Icin Elkitabi’ was published in 2013, which is the first handbook on Improv in Turkish. He is the coordinator of Istanbul International Improv Festival. Koray Tarhan worked as an actor, musician, puppeteer in different TV and movie projects since 2000.