Teambuilding with Improvisation

Dramatrix - Unlocking Communication

Teambuilding with Improvisation

″Individual commitment to a group effort – that is what makes a team work, a company work, a society work, a civilization work.″
(Vince Lombardi, football coach)

DRAMATRIX offers flexible and tailor-made teambuilding programs based on improvisational theatre workshops. These are ideal for groups between 8-25. This involves teaching basic acting skills, for example improvisation skills. Specially-designed role-plays are thus enhanced, enabling participants to recognise different types of barriers in personal communication by using status and games people play.

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Objectives / benefits to the company:

Building trust: co-operate, share, trust
Improving team work
Being positive and accepting in interactions with colleagues
Unlocking and accepting your partner’s creativity by being definite
Thinking outside of the usual patterns
Building and sharing in an event
Understand each other, see a new side of someone
Developing the ability to project voice and body language
In times of panic trusting technique and each other to get you through


This is a theatre workshop session, focussing on improvisation, communication, open thinking, team work and co-operation. This will prepare the participants for the next stage, where they will work out short scenes, in small groups of 5-6. In the scenes, they will deal with a situation that relates to a relevant work issue. After practising the scene once, they act it out for the rest of the group.

After the performances, in a group discussion, the relevant issue can be discussed and what was learnt from the experience.

This is a challening exercise, but it has proved a valuable vehicle for exploring relationships within teams and generating smoother communication among team members.

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Advantages of Dramatrix’s training approach
Practical training – learning by doing
Focusing on “How to do it”, not just “what to do”
Emphasis on the emotional and intuitive, and non-verbal elements of communication
Individual attention, feedback and video analysis
Achieve a change in behavior, and as a result, improvement in performance, not just gain in knowledge
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