Improv VI: Group Mind
Six Week Class | 16 Students Maximum | Adults Only (18+)
How do a group of diverse individuals predict each other’s moves, seamlessly connect, and play effortlessly towards a common creation? How does that cozy feeling of “family” happen, and how do you sustain it? Group Mind, a cornerstone of long-form improvisation, is a crucial element to this magic. Experience a six week group process supported by emergence theory, i.e., chaos theory, family systems theory, and experimental theatre exercises from The Committee (SF) to elicit trust, genuine in-the-moment play, and “group think.” It’ll blow your “group” mind!
Prerequisite: Improv V: Follow the Fear
Instructor: Jill Eickmann
Day/Time: Thursdays, from 7:00pm - 10:00pm
Dates: 1/5, 1/12, 1/19, 1/26, 2/2, 2/9 (2017)
Location: Leela Improv Training Center, 901 Mission Street, Third Floor, San Francisco
***The class is located only one block from the Powell MUNI/BART station.***
Class Instructions: Meet inside the Chronicle Buidling at the 901 Mission entrance at 6:55pm. There will be someone to greet you and direct you upstairs to the classroom.