Tapping into the intuitive improviser - WS 10
In this workshop, we will practice tapping into our intuition. Together we will explore different paths and tools that can help us discover, listen to, trust and act upon our intuition both off and on stage. While we may not always understand our intuitive choices, when we let it, our intuition can lead us to new, exciting, and surprising places in a way that our intellect alone will not. Through a series of exercises and games, you'll learn to let go of self-judgment, embrace your spontaneity, and unleash your full potential as a performer. Who knows, perhaps this workshop will even take us on a journey outside the workshop room, outside improv, and into some new, exciting, and surprising place.
The naked Improviser - WS 16
Some moments on stage make the audience not only laugh or giggle, but gasp, hold their breath and feel real emotions as they’re touched by the truthful acting on stage. Can we as improvisers allow ourselves to reach into our life experiences, our family, friends, and relationships and let parts be shared with our fellow players and the audience? Can we use those truths as a vessel to release authentic stories, characters, and reactions? How much of the emotions we show on stage are truly deeply our own, unfolding organically? In this workshop, we explore what scenes can be created when we use what we authentically carry within us.
Noha Mousbah is an improviser, improv teacher, scripted theatre, TV and voice-over actor and storyteller, based in Sweden. She has been a member of the main theatre ensemble at Stockholm’s Improvisational Theatre, the oldest and largest improv theatre in Sweden and the Nordics.In addition to teaching at theatres and festivals such as the BIG IF in Barcelona, RIIF in St Petersburg, and Spunk in Zurich, she has also been a guest teacher at Stockholm University of the Arts.While Noha enjoys many styles of improv, she has especially been active within improvised drama with shows such as “Stockholm Syndrome” and “Unspoken”, where she draws on her experience in scripted drama when creating believable characters.