Let's get real here for a moment 3h workshop with Sarah McGillion


București, pe Comanita nr.9

In the whirlwind of fast-paced improv, both performers and audiences need moments to catch their breath. This workshop is dedicated to incorporating rest moments into your shows. Learn to slow down scenes and create real moments of reflection and discovery with your characters.
📅 Wednesday, 17th of July 2024, from 7 PM to 10 PM
🗺️ At Improteca, in Bucharest, on No. 9 Comănița Street
🏷️ The workshop costs 160 RON / 32 EUROS
📱 Reservations: 0727 554 875 (Andrei’s phone/WhatsApp) or by message to the Improteca page
🏋️ Max. 12 participants
🎚️ Minimum 1 improv module experience
🗨️ The workshop is in English
These pauses are essential for deepening emotional connections and adding layers to your performances. Through practical exercises and scene work, you’ll explore techniques for integrating rest moments that allow characters to breathe, think, and evolve.
Discover how these quieter interludes can enhance the overall impact of your show, making the high-energy scenes even more powerful. By the end of the workshop, you will have developed the skills to balance intensity with introspection, creating a dynamic rhythm in your performances that delights and grips.
👩 Sarah McGillion 👩 is an Irish improviser and actor who has been performing and teaching improv comedy in Copenhagen since 2016. She holds an MSc in Artificial Intelligence, but now uses it rarely as she has spent the past 4 years running her own company (Inconspicuous) dedicated to improv training and the production of comedy events throughout Denmark.
With a background in theatre from the age of four, she has a flair for characters and storytelling. She performs regularly with her character-driven comedy duo show “If These Walls Could Talk,” the narrative genre team “SuperCut,” and the premise team “That Thing We Do.”
Sarah has trained and performed improv across Europe, North America, Australia, and Africa. From home and abroad, Sarah brings extensive experience from performing, teaching, and coaching countless hours in many different improv styles.
Sarah’s visiting a friend in Bucharest for a week and she’ll be hosting 2 workshops at Improteca during this time.