Luke & Michael: God Voice.

29th

MARCH
Luke & Michael: God Voice

 

 


Saturday 29th March – 4.30pm: Luke & Michael: God Voice.


 

 

When reality speaks through people it takes on the shape of large tales and larger characters. Luke & Michael will summon a vortex of roaring chaos and emotion, then coax it into the shape of a story. Will they succeed and present an emotionally satisfying tale? Or will they become forever lost in the story's hysteria?

 

Luke and Michael God Voice

 

Cast: Luke Beahan, Michael Brunström

 

 

Find out more about Luke & Michael below . . .

 

 

Tell us about your group

Luke & Michael love improvising and telling stories. Working as a duo they weave everyday and epic tales sparked from a single suggestion by the audience.

 

 

What was the best piece of advice on improvisation you’ve ever been given?

 

Luke: Talk to each other about each other.
Michael: Follow the joy.

 

 

What is your favourite improvisation exercise and why?

Luke: Whatever one I feel least excited about in the moment because that means its going to stretch me somehow.

Michael: I tend to do far too much thinking, so I like daft, jolly, group physical warmups.

 

 

What's your pre-show ritual/warm-up?


Luke: Physical movement, checking in and then running about like silly buggers.

Michael: I check to see which of my mental funnels are clogged up, and give them a prod.

 

 

Recommend a book on improvisation ...

 

Luke: An Intimate History of Humanity by Theodore Zeldin. Not improv but its about people and improv is about people.

Michael: The Artist's Way, by Julia Cameron.

 

 

Anything else you’d like to add about your show, your group, or improvisation or the world in general ...

 

Michael: For me, improv presents a more real, idealised world, not a naturalistic one. It is about sharing with the audience what is possible when we listen to each other and collaborate.

Luke: It's good isn't it, doing improv?

 

Website:
http://lukeandmichaelimprovisation.wordpress.com/

 

 

Twitter:
LM_improv