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S PIT-tacular P erformance I n T heatre I. Improv Theatre – The Show Before anything else, we have to give meaning to Improv Theatre or Improvisational Theatre. It is a form of theatre in which the performers or actors think of scenes, dialogs and everything else only at the time of the play itself. Yes, no preparations prior to the actual performance and no plans beforehand. They present themselves to the audience like some kind of extemporaneous contestant, only getting the flow and the insides of their play during the live presentation. The actors get suggestions from the audience and these suggestions become main idea of their several short plays. Improv
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Unformatted text preview: Theatres tend to be comedic and funny. Improvisational Theatre utilizes confidence, clarity and listening in order to perform spontaneously. Quite a hard job for Improv actors, isn’t it? II. Summary – The Initiation The entire performance was divided into two major parts: Part I with SPIT members only, and Part II with SPIT members and audience volunteers. Let’s start with Part I. They asked as about our favourite color, to be enumerated alphabetically, and then about the things that make us proud to be from Cebu, also alphabetically...
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This note was uploaded on 12/16/2011 for the course ACCOUNTANC 506 taught by Professor Mr.reyes during the Spring '11 term at University of the Philippines Diliman.

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