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The degree of sophistication with which hidden shakespeare performs improvisational theater transforming every audience suggestion instantly into a scene is simply incredible. The actors struck exactly the right note and scored a lot of laughs. Of course the high point was the creation of the 'Nomamed-song' together with the audience! — Sabine Bandeh, Loka & Partner
Creative helplessness and fearing our own - i. e. lacking - performance skills were the reason to involve Mignon Remé of hidden shakespeare in the preparation for our show part at our biannual world wide Firm Conference. In just a few creative meetings we were coached to become uninhibited performers of brutal, yet likeable pirates and thus could enthrall our colleagues from 40 different countries. It was very much worth it and on top of that loads of fun for everyone involved. — Egon Zehnder International


Dear Mr. Thomé, I'd like to thank you, Mrs. Sprick, Mr. Claussen und Mr. Lau for the terrific theater performance - also in the name of my partners. Our guests and we were simply thrilled - as you may have noticed yourselves and we have received only commendatory feedback. I was also very pleased that you joined our party afterwards. As I have written to Mrs. Paul our only regret is that we will have to think of something else for our next event. — Johannes Beil, Notariat Bergstrasse
Context Change Theater: hidden shakespeare.

When it comes to change events and topics, we frequently make use of the methods of professional improvisation. For large scale events such as mental milestones, we have a very successful partnership with the outstanding pan-European ensemble “hidden shakespeare”.

Improvisational theater is a change process arrangement, and it’s surely the most open, fast-paced and most innovative form of theater facing the development of content, tempo and inclusion of the audience. As is typical in a change process, it requires a marked willingness to take risks: from the performers, from the audience (who can quickly become actors), and not least, from the company that lets itself become involved in the process.

In our experience, improvisational theater is one of the most effective forms of intervention when there is a need to address situational intelligence, dealing with status and power, the subject of “managing and being managed,” and having positive attitudes toward the unforeseeable.
— Fischer Group