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  1. If you like the show "Whose Line Is It Anyway", then you'll absolutely love Bake This! Come laugh along with other English speakers as Bake This takes your suggestions and turns them into stories and songs live on stage! Expect the unexpected, and join us for an evening of pure fun! Bring a friend, bring an enemy, either way, you're in for a great time! Make sure to get a good seat & RESERVE your tickets Now!   September 12 - Show starts at 8pm (Great food and drinks available in theater) Wirtshaus zum Isartal, Brudermühlstr. 2   Student: 8€ Regular: 12€ For more info, visit our WEBSITE or FACEBOOK page
  2. Students are taught to avoid conflict but there is a way to use it to your advantage in stories and character building. Every story needs some conflict, right?  This workshop is focused on characters with conflict, how to play conflict with your scene partners and how to use conflict in character building. Students learn how to start scenes with conflict and how to avoid the tiresome arguments conflict often brings. Don't avoid conflict - make conflict a skill to use!   Date: 08.Sep.2018 to 09.Sep.2018 Time: 12pm to 4pm Location: Ratibor Theater, Cuvrystraße 20, 10997 Berlin
  3. 16.Jun.2018   After a great response to the first workshop of this series, I am inviting you all back into the studio to dance together again!    This workshop is an introduction into contemporary dance. Whether you have little or no prior knowledge of contemporary dance, I invite you into a space in which together we can discover the possibilities within our bodies. Through imagery rich guided improvisation, we embark on a journey to open and to challenge our bodies and our minds.Dance has and will always be a shared experience. In this workshop we will cultivate a nurturing and supportive space in which we feel safe to be free and completely ourselves. I invite you to come on a physical journey with me in which we let go of inhibition and bring to life the joy of dance.   No prior knowledge of contemporary dance needed!Open to all ages.   June 16th @ 14h - 16h    Yoga Hub Berlin  Greifswalder Str. 8  10405 Berlin 15 € Places are limited to 12 participants so please email to secure your place!   FACEBOOK EVENT --As this workshop is an introduction into contemporary dance, it will have a little bit of everything! Beginning with a guided, gagainspired improvisation to warm up, the class will then take us through some fundamental contemporary dance movements which we will then integrate into a short movement sequence to finish.No prior knowledge of contemporary dance needed.Bring clothes to move in and a water bottle.Let's get ready to feel alive!-- Ayesha Katz is a contemporary dancer and dance maker from Perth in Australia. After graduating from her tertiary dance training in 2015, Ayesha moved to Germany to continue her passion for dancing and performing. Having grown up so closely aligned with the contemporary dance practice, naturally her presence as a teacher, a creator and artistic voice blossomed concurrently. Throughout her many years of practice, Ayesha has developed her own style of movement which stems from Gaga and Release techniques. It is through these techniques that she shares the art of contemporary dance in this workshop with you today.