Gonzalo Rodolico - Identidad Impro
Carol Hernández – Improvisación Testimonial
Danna Liberman – Casi Clown
Jil Bernard – Conectar online
David Moncada – Entendiendo el status
ABOUT THE PROJECT
Hey world - we are the Impro Fest Online, the first fully digital improfestival. Created in times of crisis, 100% virus-free and with a lot of community power.
We are a wild group of professional improvisers from all over Germany who have teamed up with the aim of providing a little distraction and joy in crazy times.
At the moment there are no presentations and workshops and that is an unsightly reality for both the artists and the audience. We can't stop the virus - but if we can do something, it's one thing: improvising. We take care of a lot of improv and ensure that our art form lives on in quarantine at home. Who says that you can't use this time to learn new things and exchange ideas online with others? We see the crisis as an opportunity - and together with you we are discovering a whole new digital improworld.
Every Friday from 4 p.m. there are selected workshops, maybe soon shows and a lot of improvisation from the German community. Every Wednesday we reach for the stars with international guests - there are the world's best improvisers live with us.
Fly with us to the stars - toilet paper was yesterday, now there is the Impro Fest Online!
Wednesday - INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOPS
Ticket sales end 2 hours before the workshop begins
Zoom Links will be sent by email approx. 1.5 hours before the workshop begins
All workshops are starting at the same time
The workshops are recorded for internal purposes. We want to talk to our team about our experiences, find out what works and what doesn't.
By participating and registering for any workshop, you agree. Don't worry - the material will not be published without prior consultation.
The Improfestival Online reminds me of the films with Macaulay Culkin. We have an entire house with many rooms available online and can enjoy our freedom, but it is also threatened by uncertainty, fears and worries at all times. That is why the art of dealing with the unknown is so valuable right now. This is about the chance to make a difference, the opportunities that new technologies offer us and the humanity that also wants to be preserved in isolation. Alone at home, together in the world.
WHAT YOU NEED (TO KNOW)
A QUIET PLACE
Please find a quiet place for the duration of the workshop, so that both you an other participants won´t be disturbed. Thank you.
MICRO & KAMERA
You definitely need a device with a camera and ideally a headset or at least a microphone and headphones. Once you are in a workshop in ZOOM you should SILENCE your microphone (via the app) unless told otherwise.
LETS TALK CLEAR
You just bought a ticket? Nice, now you are in! Maybe you want to know what is going to happen with your money? We want to be 100% transparent in this, and answer this question openly. Sadly we do not know what will happen with the money just yet.
This Festival arose from the current crisis and is itself constantly evolving. What we do know already: We will use some of the money to cover running costs of the festival, like the website and ZOOM licensing-fees. Then in the short-term we want to start compensating the participating artists and teachers for their work.
And the rest? If there is any, we would like to give back to the community. How? We don’t know yet. But if all wash our hands and keep our distance - we will be able to do offline improv soon enough. We promise there will be an astronomical improv-event supporting local improv venues and small theaters, who are suffering right now.
So: You are welcome to DONATE, if you can.
If you are hit hard by the crisis right now or for any other reasons, can’t afford a ticket, let us know! We will find a solution.