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Nothing Toulouse : le spectacle d’improvisation détonant sur le Montmartre du XIXème siècle

Il y a une semaine, nous rencontrions Patti Stiles, marathonienne de l’improvisation à l’origine de Nothing Toulouse, dans un café. Grande blonde très souriante, elle nous expliquait ce qui l’avait poussée à créer un spectacle sur le Montmartre du XIXème mais aussi comment une représentation improvisée est préparée.

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Nothing Toulouse Chapter Three: Croissant, Celebration, Confession

We open this chapter in the garret of one Frankston Pierre (John Voce), where he is making kissy face with his new love Grizabella Rossellini (Mel Eccleston). To make up for his...

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Nothing Toulouse Chapter Two: Passion, Protests, Parasites, Peril

The sun rises over a beautiful and calm morning in the artistic haven of Montmartre. But trouble, like the morning’s café au lait, is brewing.

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Nothing Toulouse - Review - Weekend Notes by Fiona Anderson

There's such joy in watching a top notch improv crew such as the Impro "Melbourne actors perform. Not only are they brilliant at what they do, but it's clear they love it. That sense of fun and silliness transmits to the audience, and you can't help but laugh along. I can't get enough of Impro Melbourne's version of fun!" - Fiona Anderson

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Nothing Toulouse Chapter One: Beachball Brains & Dancing Dreams

At the start of tonight’s escapade, Madame De Beaujolais (Jenny Lovell), manager of the nightclub Le Chat Rouge, is at a café with famous painter Henry La Trebuchet (Jason Geary) and genius choreographer Remy Le Beau (Adam McKenzie)...

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Let’s take a walk, shall we?

Bonsoir mes amies! It’s that special time of year – where we will all delight in the love, laughter and intrigue of another improvised soap opera, this year – Nothing Toulouse! Let’s take a walk, shall we?

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Play it Like a Playwright

Tim Redmond writes about the course & performance of 'Play it like a Playwright'

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Theatresports™ Review Weekend Notes

"It's thrilling theatre which is wondrous to witness: you can't help but admire the collective talent of its dynamic creators.~ Stories take unexpected turns. Drama flips to comedy. A throwaway line makes you think. ~ In these screen-fixated times, it's rare to find an alternative, accessible activity which appeals to the whole family. Add to the mix an evening's entertainment that champions qualities such as resourcefulness, teamwork, generosity and pluck, served up with a healthy dose of wholesome humour, and you have a winning formula for a fun, family experience. The name of the game is Theatresports."

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The Final episode of the GEB - “WEDDINGS, WIDOWS AND THUMB WARS”

It’s Theodore’s birthday! He is served a ‘bomb Alaska’ cake prepared by the Cook with Dr Foottee and the Countess. Theodore has finally achieved his childhood dream of owning the GEBH – could a romance with the Countess be next?

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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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