Sun, Oct 24|
Battle of the Genres by Imperformers
A long-form improv show about your favourite genres, performed live on Zoom.
Time & Location
Oct 24, 2021, 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM GMT+5:30
About the event
The Imperformers present
BATTLE OF THE GENRES
A show where the cast come and present three styles of scenes based on the genres of your ( the audiences) choosing.
Then after each performance, we eliminate one and you only see the climax of the genre you really like.
Based on the improv format 5, 4, 3, 2, 1.
Date: Sunday 24th October
Time: 7PM India Time onwards (Click HERE to convert to your local timezone)
Format: Online, Zoom Meeting (meeting information will be shared once you register)
For more information and queries, get in touch with firstname.lastname@example.org
About the Imperformers
The Imperformers is an improv collective formed by students of Kaivalya Plays (India) advanced improv classes who fell in love with long-form improvisation. Mentored by Kaivalya Plays, the Imperformers seek to bring long-form improv performances (as well as some good ol' short-form) to the public gaze and innovate experimental improv formats as well. The ensemble comprises players joining in from different cities and countries around the world, some of whom have only met online in the last year!
Current team members include Pratham Sarwate, Raghav Seth, Meet Karan, Shashank Sharma, Sukriti Sharma, Lakshita Sachar, Deeptanshu Upadhyay, Varun Goel and Ramita Menon.
About Kaivalya Plays
Kaivalya Plays is a Delhi-based performing art and improvisational theatre company. Their artistic training is grounded in spontaneous improvisation, lying at the intersection of short-form improvisations (for performances and workshop) and applied improvisation (with a focus on mental healthcare, business, education, training). Their improv group CueLess improv was one of Delhi's first improv teams and became the training ground for a generation of improv performers and heads of new teams. In late 2018 Kaivalya Plays created Unravel, an improv play about mental health, under the Refunction theatre grant by the Goethe-Institut / Max Mueller Bhavan. Their work has been featured widely across India and the world. Since the 2020 lockdown, they have moved our improv practice entirely online. In the last one year, they have hosted 15 applied improv workshops, 50+ open-space sessions, 6 online improv shows digitally – with a cumulative engagement of 2000+ individuals – and they are constantly figuring out newer formats to make improv more accessible and available. From a dedicated Wednesday weekly jam to Improv for Language jams in four different tongues, Kaivalya Plays is pushing the boundary of improv theatre in India (and beyond!)
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