To say yes, to be in the moment and to let creativity run wild. These are some of the principles of improvisational theater. But also in everyday professional life such an attitude can promote fruitful cooperation in the company.
For over ten years, our actors and trainers have been improvising on stages in Germany. Numerous customers benefited from our experience. Among them are Volkswagen AG, Deutsche Bahn AG, Technische Universität Dresden, Infineon Technologies Dresden GmbH, T-Systems Multimedia Solutions GmbH, GISA GmbH, Kinaesthetics-mlh GmbH, Landesarbeitsstelle Schule - Jugendhilfe Sachsen e.V., Sächsische Jugendstiftung and many more.
We are happy to work out an individual offer with you in order to optimally meet the needs of your employees. Here you can look at some sample offers: Example offers in business theater
Nobody knows what will happen on stage in the next moment - not even the actors themselves. Any action is born out of the moment, based on the suggestions of the audience and the creativity of the actors.
Depending on the format you will see: either a short amusing piece with a lot of wit and situational comedy – or a full-length play with a complex story line and interesting character development.
In order to make this possible, the actors train regularly to free their stream of associations, to be attentive to everything that is happening on stage (and in the audience) and to develop ideas together with the other players.
Of course, things do not always go smoothly with this endeavor. In improvisational theatre however it is a core element to play with the "mistakes" and to use them as enriching elements on stage. Essential for successful scenes is the interaction of the actors. "Let the other shine" is one of the principles in improvisation. The right balance between one`s own impulses and the support of the ideas of the co-players allows the spontaneous creation of a play, which is greater and more ingenious than the sum of all individual contributions.