Originating from the association with specific words defined by the audience, three main characters walk on a nonverbal journey of improvised stories. Scene for scene wordless, however strong-voiced and with unconstrained body language, altered worlds emerge and are explored with and by the spectators/viewers. Equipped with vocal sound tools, music and words on paper notes, which are collected from the audience prior to the show, the imKubik Ensemble embarks on telling entire stories without using one single spoken word.

Towards the end of 2014 by a so called happy ”coincidence” three crazy Improv Actors met on stage as one theatresports-team… it was love at first sight. Immediately after the show, they decided that the time had come, to set into motion what apparently was obvious for many – to form an ensemble. That night manifested the trio “imKubik”.

Ever since, the three gentleman like to surprise each other live on stage. They truthfully live by their motto: Pure inspiration here and now! No matter how insignificant a moment may appear, with their intuition and their highly inspirational energy, they manage to turn it into a highlight no new TV show can offer.

Performances: Thurs, June 7 at 7 pm, Fri, June 8 at 7 pm

Let Your Body Free, Let Your Voice Free

with Rafael Haldenwang, David Wüthrich, and Vlado Salji of Imkubik

Together we explore our bodies, their possibilities and limits. Who is my body? How to make it speak and to make ourselves listen. Emotions move us deep inside, but very little reaches the surface. 

We can release more of our inner movement with our bodies and our voice without using actual words. We can be so inspired by our body if we just let it follow its impulses. From movement evolves characters, who then create stories.  

In this workshop with Rafael Haldenwang, David Wüthrich, and Vlado Salji of ImKubik from Switzerland, we train the ability to perform without using language by using your body and voice very instinctively. Be in connection with yourself, and with your partner to act and react.

Fri, June 8, 10 am - 1 pm, $36

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