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How online impro changed my life

Online impro has normalised a new form of accessible impro that is great not just for me, but for people with a variety of access needs – such as those who require mobility aids, sound amplification or support workers, who may have faced obstacles engaging previously.

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5 impro games you can play by yourself

So, living up to the bachelor name, here are my 5 favourite impro games to play by myself (because sometimes you have no one else to play with).

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Interactive? Immersive? Me?

Ensemble member Jim Fishwick talks about the wonders of improvising with your audience, not just for them.

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Improvised Comedy Fun and Games

When picture drawing guy James Hart and word writing guy Adam Wallace discussed the prospect of doing an improvised comedy course with Impro Melbourne, the conversation went something like this.

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Nothing Toulouse Chapter Six

Pregnancies, Police, Poetry, Princes, Poseidon, Portraits, Promises and Pommes Frites abound in the penultimate episode of our soap opera...

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Nothing Toulouse Chapter Five: Catch Me If You Can

Proposals, peacocks, pastries, and peril in this week's exciting instalment!

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Nothing Toulouse Chapter Four: The Purple Peacock

Lovers reunite, a dance is born, cowboys attack, threats are made, and more in this episode. Catch up on what happened!

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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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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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