This is not about emotions. It is about fulfilling a task. (This clear dissociation is made by performers after a question from the audience). The task is: 60 minutes. 60 minutes is 10 minutes + 5 minutes + 20 minutes + 5 minutes+ 15 minutes + 5 minutes … or maybe it was 10 +… Read More

On 7 March Sabine von der Tann performed an improvised solo piece on stage designed by Arthur Städli in studio laborgras. The piece was documented by Roberto Duarte. Here you may see the trailer:… Read More


The start of the 60_minutes series was a calm one. Akemi Nagao, standing motionless on stage, brings the entering audience into stillness. Unrequestet, people take their shoes off to muffle the sound of their steps. This way to begin the show is not surprising yet. The nice surprise is however, that this time it is… Read More

Did you miss our February newsletter? You can also read it online.… Read More


María Ferrara on impro.per.arts and the new spirit in the performance and music scene of Berlin, creating mutually powerful spill-over effects: “Saturday 7th February at Laborgrass. The programme: a double bill – a first-time line-up of 3 musicians + 1 dancer and Streugut in a tighter 3-man formation – curated by Impro-Per-Arts. As audience, we… Read More


On Saturday, February 7th, Studio laborgras hosted an impro.per.arts performance evening. Two different approaches to the instant composition where presented by   group 1 Ulrike Wassermann (voice, bird-call whistles), Akemi Nagao (dance), Klaus Kürvers (double bass) and Emilio Gordoa (vibraphone) group 2 Streugut Performance Project: Sten Rudstrøm, Ingo Reulecke and Martin Clausen impro.per.arts says thank… Read More

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Did you miss our first newsletter in 2015? There are some really hot news. Impro.per.arts is happy to introduce a new performance platform 60_minutes and to invite you to advanced workshops with Ruth Zaporah, the founder of the Action Theater™ performance & training methodology, and with Sabine von der Tann, an Action Theater™ Senior Teacher.… Read More


On December 6th Etoile Chaville, Meltem Nil and Julian Datta – likewise supporting and challenging each other – delivered exciting 60 minutes of free improvisation. The trio created an coherent and clear instantaneous piece, carried by the strong feel for the musical quality of sound and movement. A delightful mixture of dramatic expression & prosaicness,… Read More


On 14th and 15th of November Kate Hilder & Seke Chimutegwende presented in Berlin two atmospherically dense, poetic and at the same time humorous duo performances. impro.per.arts are happy and proud to have hosted these evenings! All photos by Jagna Anderson.… Read More


Dear Impro-Practitioners, thanks a lot that you just kept asking us questions about the Thursday Practice Group. You are so right: there shouldn’t be no practice group on Thursdays. And here it comes: We are starting again on December 4. Let’s practice, improvise and perform together. Let’s get back to the basics of Action Theater… Read More