The Deconstruction

The Deconstruction, or ‘Decon’ takes a single relationship-based two person scene and uses a whole team of improvisers to explode it, comment on it and examine it from all possible angles. Using other scenes and characters to comment on the ‘core scene’, the decon combines relationship- and premise-based improvisation in a longform structure with a momentum and rhythm all of its own. Funny and tender, and with a twist in the tail, the decon is a classic Chicago form and very rarely performed in the UK.

During this day-long introduction, you will be introduced to the core structures of the format, understanding what each stage is for and how it fits into the whole. You will be guided through the structure step by step, then put it together to see how it really works.

£35, 4th March, 11.30-4.30pm. Class limited to 16 participants. Book below to guarantee a place.

Book for Sunday March 4th

Please note that the Nursery cannot refund tickets after purchase.
Please check the date and title of this event carefully as we are unable to issue any refunds except in case of cancellation.

Jules Munns

Teacher: Jules Munns

Jules 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 the UK 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 is Co-Artistic Director of the Nursery and has trained with teachers including Keith Johnstone, Patti Stiles, Mick Napier, Joe Bill, Rich and Rebecca Sohn, Jason Chin, David Razowsky and TJ Jagodowsky.

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