Małgorzata (Gosia) Różalska


 
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About

Gosia is an improviser and teacher from Poland who has been doing improv for half of her life. A graduate of Film Directing, Photography, and Cultural Studies, she’s also on the board of international improv group, Ohana and teaches improv at the University of Gdansk. She writes a blog about improv (www.rozalska.com). "The Girl who came out of nowhere and is doing whatever the hell she wants” - And she always wants more.


Workshops

Women Who Run With the Wolves

Duration: 3 hours
Times: Friday Morning
Level: Intermediate
Participants: 12
Price: 43€

Workshop inspired by the book with the same title by Clarissa Pinkola Estes. This workshop is about women and for women (and those who identify as women) only . The Wild Woman is a part of each and every one of us. You can find her in stories, myths, fairy tales since the beginning of humankind. That's the spirit full of power, creativity, joy and instincts. Our times are confusing and unbalanced. Let's take a step back and work through female archetypes on what we show on stage today. How do we use our powers, and do we REALLY use them in improv? Get inspired by the stories, and connect to our primal wildness to create truthful female characters and let's not be afraid of power, love, anger, revenge, compassion, and other energies, that we hold back too often

 

The Good, the Bad & the Ugly

Duration: 5 hours
Times: Thursday All Day
Level: Intermediate
Maximum Participants: 16
Price: 65€

Batman and Joker. Simba and Scar. Good character. Bad character. We judge so easily, don’t we? But can we be 100% sure? Geralt of Rivia. Tyler Durden. Robin Hood. What makes someone good? Bad? What is the worst thing you did in life? And best? Why did do you it? Nobody is just good or bad. Let’s not take the easy way, don’t make our characters shallow. This workshop is for you to take your roles for serious, and make them full of truth, instead of stereotypes. So the audience could feel the flaws of heroes and reasons of villains. So we could leave the audience with questions, that they have to answer to themselves, and so they have something to talk about on their way home. Workshop based on film directing. 

 

Bonnie and Clyde

Duration: 2 hours
Times: Wednesday Afternoon
Level: Intermediate
Participants: 12
Price: 32€

You and your partner. In crime. In story. In improv. No matter how many people play in a show, the base is the two person scene. That's perfect to tell all the stories in the world, with different dynamics between two characters. Through love. Hate. Secrets. Duties. Shrek and Donkey. Arya and the Hound. Jules and Vincent. Claire and Frank Underwood. Rick and Morty. Let's explore the most popular dynamics between two characters. Let's take specific examples from popular movies, deconstruct them and make stage tools out of them. Workshop based on film directing and screenwriting.

* This workshop culminates in a mixer team performance on Wednesday night