Workshop: The Quadrant Theory Of Narrative Improv With Hannah Wydeven

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Workshop: The Quadrant Theory Of Narrative Improv With Hannah Wydeven

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Sunday March 15th 3PM-6PM, $60 At HUGE Theater, 3037 Lyndale Ave S, Minneapolis, MN 55408 The quadrant theory of narrative is a method of simplifying narrative structure to create an improvised story. Whether you have done narrative structure before or have never attempted it, this workshop will offer you new tools to better your story-telling game. Learning the quadrant method will help you gain confidence, better communicate with your teammates and become a story-telling pro. Hannah Wydeven has been performing improv since 2007, and teaching since 2010. She studied at the Brave New Workshop and has performed in several shows at HUGE including Family Dinner, Survivors of the Undead Plague, Overheard in Minneapolis and Ka-baam! She is also a member of local teams The Minneapples and Mayhem. Hannah has taught at HUGE for both adults and kids, and she has been a teacher at BNW Student Union. Hannah is the director and producer of The Wunder Kidz youth improv team, and coaches with several other local improv teams. She specializes in diagnostic work, and building structures. Register now, class expected to sell out:

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