Writing Game-Improv Inspired Creativity Workshop
with Adi Singer
Wednesday, November 13, 10:00 – 14:00
Good writing requires hard work, but hard work is most effective and more easily accessible through play. Play releases our imaginations and carries us to unexpected places.
In this workshop, we’ll learn and practice tools used by theater improvisers to inspire free-flowing creativity. Improvisation actress and trainer Adi Singer teaches these tools to unleash a writer’s best creative self and help boost self-confidence. The workshop includes games followed by writing exercises, focusing on voice, theme, and characterization. Come prepared to have fun, to play.
Details: 390nis if paid before November 3 and 420nis subsequently; non-refundable if you cancel within one week of the workshop and your place cannot be filled; includes light snacks and refreshments.
Actress and improvisation performer, Adi Singer is the founder and director of WorkPlay, an improvisation training business for individuals and organizations. As the former director of IndieCut, a writer’s hub aimed at developing young writers’ materials and introducing them to the industry, she believes that effective facilitation is always based on a positive, empowering environment, full of fun and humor. She was trained at The Second City School in Chicago, The Lee Strasberg School in NYC, studied film at The Sam Spiegel School in Jerusalem and holds a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Theater.