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Go Bananas in Wild Card!

Jim Fishwick talks about Improvisation and the rehearsal process for our Comedy festival show 'Wild Card'.

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From the Back Row

The next time you see an Impro Melbourne show, once you’re settled in your seat, take a moment to look behind you. Chances are you’ll spot one of our players in the back row, armed with a notebook, trying not to attract attention. Sometimes it’s the director of the show; more often, it’s a member of the cast taking their turn in an important role: the player on notes. With few exceptions, every Impro Melbourne show has a player on notes, because we believe that every show – no matter how successful – has something to teach us.

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THE FUNNY TONNE: WILD CARD

"scenes never lost momentum as the performs were able to jump in and always keep the scenes hilarious"

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The High Wire Act

It's not called Wild Card for nothing

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Weekend Notes: How The West Was Improvised

"This is impro like you've never seen it before! It's a whole new format and I must say, I really enjoyed it."

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Weekend Notes: impro LightboX

"Impro Melbourne challenges and diversifies improvisational theatre. Images heighten the actor's imagination and the actors create relationships between the characters. You will be sure it's rehearsed because the performances are seamless. The skits are poetic, tragic, comedic, abstract, thoughtful, raunchy, provoking and original."

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Weekend Notes: Gorilla Theatre™

"The fabulous, talented team from Impro Melbourne ­ Melbourne's longest running improvised theatre company ­is bringing a new concept to improvised theatre ­ Gorilla Theatre™. "

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Why I love teaching Spontaneity

5 good reasons from Brenna Dixon

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"It's like fruit and veg" - 6 things I learned about impro

Jane Curtis, an Impro Melbourne student, talks about her first classes.

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Weekend Notes: Theatresports by Impro Melbourne

“I am a huge fan of improvised comedy, so it was a pleasure to see some experts at work in Theatresports, as presented by Impro Melbourne. Theatresports is the longest running improvised show in Australia, having been entertaining audiences for over 30 years.”

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