Professional Make-Believing: An Intro to Competitive Improv
with Lucas Arab
All DramaFest Workshops have limited availability. This workshop is not available until April 26th. Availability may also be limited due to bookings by other classes.
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Lucas Arab is currently pursuing studies in the fields of Technical Theatre and Architecture at Dalhousie University. Lucas is a first year Technical Theatre Student at the Fountain School of Performing Arts, soon to apply to Dalhousie’s Architecture program. Lucas considers himself as a professional make-believer, in hopes of one day becoming a theatrical scenic designer and Walt Disney Imagineer. Lucas is passionate about both on and off stage, performing and non-performing experiences in the theatre. He incorporates his skills in improv, live performance, and design in his work and everyday life. Lucas has competed with the Canadian Improv Games at both the provincial and national levels, and captained his winning team at Halifax West High School. For the improv geeks, his favourite “event” is the Style Event, where he has done improv in remarkable styles such as a radio drama and animated short film! Lucas is currently leading as part of Neptune Theatre School, while assisting in social media and content creation for Neptune Theatre. View Lucas’ profile.
- This workshop is ideal for classrooms with space for students to move around.
- This workshop is interactive and includes group work.
Please note: Theatre Nova Scotia respectfully requests that schools and community groups ideally do not cancel workshops once they are booked, unless absolutely necessary. If a group must cancel or reschedule, please give us a week of prior notice. In these precarious days for arts workers, TNS is going to great lengths to provide schools with exceptional theatre education and local artists with paid work in our industry. Please be aware that artists may have turned down other paid work to accommodate these workshop bookings. Thank you for your understanding.
Ideal for classrooms with open space (6 feet per student)
This workshop includes some group work.