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Title Improvisationstheater Impro Shows
Author Dan Richter
Publisher BoD – Books on Demand
Release 2019-09-12
Category Performing Arts
Total Pages 232
ISBN 3749482985
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In diesem Band der Reihe Improvisationstheater wenden wir uns dem großen Ganzen zu - den Impro-Shows. Wie findet man passende Show-Format für die eigene Gruppe? Wie lässt sich eine Show sinnvoll aufbauen? Wie kommunizieren wir mit dem Publikum und welche Rolle spielen Publikumsvorschläge? Wie sollte man sich als Team im Backstage verhalten? Welche Formen von improvisierten Aufführungen gibt es jenseits der klassischen Impro-Show? Welche Shows sind bei Firmen-Events und Galas sinnvoll?

Impro for Storytellers by Keith Johnstone

Title Impro for Storytellers
Author Keith Johnstone
Publisher Routledge
Release 2014-01-21
Category Performing Arts
Total Pages 388
ISBN 1135863660
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Impro for Storytellers is the follow-up to Keith Johnstone's classic Impro, one of the best-selling books ever published on improvisation. Impro for Storytellers aims to take jealous and self-obsessed beginners and teach them to play games with good nature and to fail gracefully.

Impro by Alexander P. M. van den Bosch

Title Impro
Author Alexander P. M. van den Bosch
Publisher Lulu.com
Release
Category
Total Pages
ISBN 0244645140
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Impro by Keith Johnstone

Title Impro
Author Keith Johnstone
Publisher Routledge
Release 2012-11-12
Category Performing Arts
Total Pages 208
ISBN 1136610456
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Keith Johnstone's involvement with the theatre began when George Devine and Tony Richardson, artistic directors of the Royal Court Theatre, commissioned a play from him. This was in 1956. A few years later he was himself Associate Artistic Director, working as a play-reader and director, in particular helping to run the Writers' Group. The improvisatory techniques and exercises evolved there to foster spontaneity and narrative skills were developed further in the actors' studio then in demonstrations to schools and colleges and ultimately in the founding of a company of performers, called The Theatre Machine. Divided into four sections, 'Status', 'Spontaneity', 'Narrative Skills', and 'Masks and Trance', arranged more or less in the order a group might approach them, the book sets out the specific techniques and exercises which Johnstone has himself found most useful and most stimulating. The result is both an ideas book and a fascinating exploration of the nature of spontaneous creativity.

Impro Learning by Paul Z. Jackson

Title Impro Learning
Author Paul Z. Jackson
Publisher Gower Publishing, Ltd.
Release 1998
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 209
ISBN 9780566079283
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This book encourages positive self-development in a non-directive, counselling style. Impro Learning treats creativity as the doorway to success - and provides the keys to unlock it. Drawing on sources as diverse as theatre, accelerated learning, sports, co-operative games and psychology, Paul Z Jackson reveals practical methods for enhancing all aspects of training, from joining instructions and bonding to detailed course design and evaluation. The emphasis throughout is on participation and results, and the text is packed with warm-ups, energizers, team exercises and innovative processes.

Impro by Keith Johnstone

Title Impro
Author Keith Johnstone
Publisher Bloomsbury Publishing
Release 2018-10-18
Category Performing Arts
Total Pages 208
ISBN 1350069051
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In this landmark work Keith Johnstone provides a revelatory guide to rediscovering and unlocking the imagination. Admired for its clarity and zest, Impro lays bare the techniques and exercises used to foster spontaneity and narrative skill for actors. These techniques and exercises were evolved in the actors' studio, when he was Associate Director of the Royal Court and then in demonstrations to schools and colleges and ultimately in the founding of a company of performers called The Theatre Machine. Divided into four sections, 'Status', 'Spontaneity', 'Narrative Skills' and 'Masks and Trance', arranged more or less in the order a group might approach them, the book sets out the specific approaches which Johnstone has himself found most useful and most stimulating. The result is a fascinating exploration of the nature of spontaneous creativity. 'If teachers were honoured in the British theatre along-side directors, designers and playwrights, Keith Johnstone would be as familiar a name as are those of . . . Jocelyn Herbert, Edward Bond and other young talents who were drawn to the great lodestone of the Royal Court Theatre in the late 1950s. As head of the script department, Johnstone played a crucial part in the development of the 'writers' theatre.' Irving Wardle

Impro by Gillyanne Kayes

Title Impro
Author Gillyanne Kayes
Publisher Psychology Press
Release 2002
Category Performing Arts
Total Pages 153
ISBN 9780878301638
Language English, Spanish, and French
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First published in 2002. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Impro by Keith Johnstone

Title Impro
Author Keith Johnstone
Publisher
Release 1987
Category
Total Pages 213
ISBN 9788741239071
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Grundbog med øvelser i improvisationsteknik. Med afsnit om bl.a. spontanitet, maskebrug og fortælleteknik

Title A Dictionary of English Normative Grammar 1700 1800
Author Bertil Sundby
Publisher John Benjamins Publishing
Release 1991-01-01
Category Language Arts & Disciplines
Total Pages 486
ISBN 9027245509
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Eighteenth-century English grammarians plead eloquently for purity, precision and perspicuity, but their method of teaching largely amounts to citing examples of impurity, imprecision and lack of clarity from contemporary writings. This book is the first of its kind to provide a detailed systematic account of such 'errors'. Apart from source and page references, the Dictionary gives the context of the error (I have not wept this forty years), the correct or 'target' form ('these forty years'), the name of the authors quoted by the grammarians ('Addison', 'Swift'), and the labels which sum up their assessment of the error ('absurd', 'solecism'). It operates with error categories such as ambiguity, ellipsis and government (fourteen in all), which are subdivided into grammatically described main entries, subentries, and so on. The Introduction includes a guide to the use of the Dictionary, the grammatical code, and a discussion of grammatical concepts, error typologies, problems of identifying literary sources, attitudes to correctness, grammatical figures, and other topics. A Bibliography and an Index of lexical items and technical terms round off the volume. The way the Dictionary is organized should make it possible to find in it the answer to a wide variety of questions pertaining to grammar, style and linguistic historiography.

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