How I Met Sara - How I met Sara is an Oslo based improv group with its roots in Somalia, Iran, Finland and some very, very small places in the mountains, and by the coastline of Norway. This diverse background reflects in their long form acts as complex situations and unpredictable storylines. Have you met Sara? The group group consists of: Sara R K Raz, Liban Gulaid, Jørgen Moltubak, and Andreas Berge.
Anders og Utflytterne - The group do absurd, strange and heartwarming impro. Inspired by american two-people groups, they try to do shows that focus on taking time and creating deep characters.
The Happiest People In The World - Erick & Stephen met in London (UK). Erick is from France and Stephen from Canada. Their duo, The Happiest People in the World, is so named because they radiate joy and – always – display beautiful smiles on their lovely faces! They are a heartfelt duo of non-scripted theatre. They explore relationships in an organic manner. Their stories and characters unfold, as Life does. Their show explores the nature of human existence and the search for Happiness. They put an emphasis on emotions, and silliness. You can follow them on twitter (@ImprovHapiw), facebook (HappiestPeopleintheWorld) – all info on thehappiestpeeps.com
Stranger Things Have Happened - an improv comedy group from Groningen, Netherlands. They play their own long-form game called “ShowReel”, inspired by the well-known long-form game called “The Movie”. In “ShowReel”, the audience gets to choose what improvised movie they want to watch, based on three improvised trailers. Visit www.strangerthings.nl for more information.