Just you and me, buddy!
Twoprov, or duo shows are simply shows with two improvisers in. It’s as simple and as complex as that. Ranging from the Two-man Movie, to Bassprov, the art of a duo is to create a show that is so personal to the two of you that no one else could ever have made it.There is no one else to please and no one else to satisfy.
“Challenging and rewarding!”
In this course,you will examine skills including how to play multiple characters in a single scene, edit from within and build a show without any time in the wings to take stock of what’s happening. You will also examine how to warm up and rehearse as a duo, as well as how to feedback and improve your shows without a director and while keeping a light, friendly atmosphere in the rehearsal room.
“A great introduction to feeling comfortable and confident with just one other person on stage.”
In this course, you will examine how to make a show where there’s just you and your buddy to rely on. Where you are all you have to rely on. You will work to discover new ways of playing that are specific to the two of you and form them into a show which is specific to you.
This course can be taken with an existing performance partner, or by yourself.
This course takes place over eight Wednesdays from the 12th April from 7-10pm at the Nursery training Centre, Capital House, 42 Weston Street, SE1 3QD and costs £170 or £155 if you book a month or more in advance. Please note that course fees are non-refundable when paid. We also offer diversity scholarships.
Jules Munns is one of the UK’s most active and prolific improvisation performers and teachers. Since graduating from the Guildhall School in 2008, he has performed with groups including Silly String Theory, Sitting in a Tin Can, the Maydays, Music Box and Impromptu Shakespeare. His two-person show Ten Thousand Million Love Stories has toured globally and Jules has performed in theatres and at festivals around the world including in Finland, Germany, Pakistan, Spain, Portugal, Canada and the US. Jules is co-artistic director of the Nursery and the founder of Slapdash International, London’s longest running festival of improvisation. He has trained with teachers including Keith Johnstone, Patti Stiles, Mick Napier, Joe Bill, Rich and Rebecca Sohn, Jason Chin, David Razowsky and TJ Jagodowsky.