What is the ‘game of the scene’? How is it defined? Can we learn to spot it when we see it and more importantly discover it together? In this workshop, we’ll focus on following the fun and celebrate the spirit of playfulness. We’ll be doing scene work, games, and some simple long form formats to demonstrate the concept of ‘Game of the Scene’ and help you to feel confident engaging with it.
Kate McCabe is a Manchester-based improviser. She studied Acting at NYU via the Stella Adler Conservatory and has studied improv with the likes of John Thies, Tara DeFrancisco, Jill Bernard, Brainne Edge, and others. She currently plays with ComedySportz Manchester and Murder Inc Improv. When not improvising she also gigs as a stand-up and teaches comedy at Laugh at Leeds, Laugh Academy, and at The University of Salford.
Safety: Please do not attend if you are feeling unwell or cannot meet our safety requirements, especially if you’re experiencing any coronavirus symptoms.
MissImp’s Code of Conduct for participants applies to this event.
The graphic for this workshop was created by Hélène Dollie!