Noah Levin hails from a little corner of the Rocky Mountains of North America. He started drama classes at summer camp in the woods of Northern California and hasn’t looked back since, attaining a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre and Education from the University of California at San Diego, teaching drama (at secondary schools and summer camps), and studying Improvisation at the People’s Improv Theatre and Upright Citizen’s Brigade in New York.
Noah worked as a professional standup comedian and improviser in New York, coaching the Red Tie Mafia, before moving to Barcelona.
As co-Director of Barcelona Improv Group and The Barcelona Improv Group International Festival (The BIG IF), Noah currently teaches several levels of improv classes and leads workshops in theatre, creativity, teamwork, and employee training for adults and students. He has taught theatre professionally since 2001, sharing the love of play and creation to thousands of children and adults.
In addition to Barcelona Improv Group, Noah has been a member of Ohana - European Improv Project since 2015 and has served on their board of directors since 2018. Noah also directs The Present Moment, bringing the theory and practice of improvisation to conferences, businesses, and individuals.
Noah has taught improv in Belgium, Bulgaria, Estonia, Finland, France, Greece, Hungary, Israel, Italy, Latvia, Poland, Romania, Russia, Spain, Sweden, and the United States. He hopes to add many more places and many more memories.
All sessions by Noah Levin :
*In order to receive a 15% discount code, FIRST you need to purchase the Registration ticket HERE ! Then use the code on all subsequent purchases.
** Check out the calendar of the event with all the workshops.
14:30 - 17:30
25 September - Wednesday
10:30 - 13:30
Stick to the Story
26 September - Thursday
10:30 - 17:30
27 September - Friday
How does the audience know it’s improvised? The suggestion. It’s also the way that the audience member interacts with the players to become part of the show. This workshop will teach skills in incorporation of audience suggestions in creative ways, from initiation through to the end of the scene. As well, you will learn how to deflect “bad” suggestions. Great for people looking to improve MC skills.
All good things must come to an end, but they should have a beginning and middle too. This workshop will reinforce the hallmarks of good group storytelling and narrative plot structure, allowing you to create longer, coherent stories. You will learn some short form games and be introduced to the La Ronde Longform. (General-Intermediate)
This amazing longform combines a sincere, beated narrative story with free floating inspiration. The Pretty Flower form consists of a main story (the bud) that inspires tangential scenes (the petals) which add characters to the next beats of the main story. Inspiration folds in on itself to create a beautiful and textured play. In this workshop, participants will learn the format and exercises to take back to their teams to practice and perform. (Intermediate)