Special Workshops in May with Inbal Lori (Israel) Postponed

by Patti Stiles on 22 April, 2015 in Workshops

Update: Due to unforeseen circumstances, Inbal Lori has had to delay her travel to Australia. As a result, we must postpone these workshops. We hope to welcome Inbal Lori to Melbourne later in the year.

Term 2 workshops are off and running, having completed their first week and well into their second, with most workshops sold out!

We’re also pleased to announce a very special addition to our workshop calendar for Term 2: the arrival of our international guest, Inbal Lori who has been active improviser in Israel and internationally for over a decade. This calls for a few workshops!

Workshops will run over three days in May. Inbal will help you develop your skills by building your characters authenticity, helping you to create external worlds for a scene and teaching you how to build respect with your partner on stage. It’s going to be fun and full of learning so whether you book for one or all three we recommend you come along and soak up Inbal’s knowledge.

 Follow the links below for all the details, and to sign up. We hope to see you in class!

Create Your Own Worlds

Saturday, May 16th, 10.00am – 1.00pm
Feat Theatre, Unit 12 62-64 Oakover Rd, Preston
$50 Book online now! (postponed – see above)

What ever you or the scene needs is present on stage right now.

As improvisers our imagination is working overtime. It’s not just about what we say or who we play; it’s also about where we are, what else is around us and how can we use it. This workshop will explore the ways to imagine and create the world you’re in. It will shift your focus into a wider perspective allowing you to be more spacious, detailed and inspired. See where you are and use it for the best of the scene!


Sunday, May 17th, 10.00am – 5.00pm
The Salon, Abbotsford Convent, 1 St Heliers St, Abbotsford
$75 Book online now! (postponed – see above)

From being able to fully listen to you partner to being able to play the lowest/highest statues in the scene, runs the thin cord of respect. In this workshop, by exploring the starting point of honor, dignity and respect we will learn to create an enabling environment, motivated by lack of judgment, by recognition, trust, freedom and creative joy. This will lead you to perform the most fun and creative impro ever!