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The Jukebox - long form improv with Cindy, Michalis and Andrei

Teatrul Improteca, București

sâmbătă, 25 mai, ora 21:00

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Come take part in The Jukebox long form improv with Cindy, Michalis and Andrei.

What song should be in every jukebox, all over the world?

The one that gets you goosebumps because of that date under the moon with the view over the old city.

Or the song that makes you giggly because you remember the roadtrip through Europe, where you sang together in the car for hours.
Or that one song that brings you to tears, just because that’s what it does.
Bring your favorite song to the show. We will put them in the jukebox and at random use 3 songs for our stories on stage.

Which song will be the next unforgettable song, with an unforgettable memory?

Saturday, 25th of May 2024, from 9:00 PM (21:00)
At Improteca, in Bucharest, on No. 9 Comanit street

Michalis Panagiotakis is an improviser from Greece, supportive, mischievous and strives for connections on stage. He is the founder and creative director of Heraklion Improv Theater in Crete and has a huge passion for bringing improv in peoples lives.

Cindy Pittens is a Dutch improviser, who made it her mission to connect impro-mindset with being human. She has an energetic and warm presence and loves to put honest and fully embodied characters on stage.

Andrei Bratu is an actor, improviser and a trainer with 14 years of experience. He teaches classical acting and improvisation to both children and adults and has performed in numerous improv shows in Romania, as well as in Belgium, Italy, Switzerland, Hungary, Norway, Sweden, Bulgaria, and the Netherlands, at international improv festivals.

Cindy and Michalis are here as part of the program Culture Moves Europe created by Goethe Institut and through the European Commission where Improteca won the residency project Improvising Realities.

This work was produced with the financial assistance of the European Union. The views expressed herein can in no way be taken to reflect the official opinion of the European Union.