Reviews

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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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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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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Weekend Notes: Grand Theft Impro

“If you have never been to an improvisation show - you must. Every time I go I'm amazed at the skills, talents and depth of knowledge the actors have. How do they make connections to so many ideas and so quickly? From just a keyword or two they never fail to somehow turn this into comedy – it's mind-boggling.”

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Weekend Notes: Smells Like A Song!

“I loved this production: it was vibrant and suspenseful because it is a moment-by-moment experience and the actors are totally responsive to each another and their audience. That, in itself, is a recipe for total theatre engagement.”

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The Plus Ones: Impro Melbourne’s new show Maestro

“I am going to add a new affliction to the medical journals: ‘Face-ache – a condition caused when an individual laughs and smiles for such an extended period of time that their face aches.’ I got face-ache at Sunday night’s ‘Maestro Impro’™, a generous two-hour helping of improvised scenes, skits and masterly impro battles presented by Impro Melbourne.”

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The Plus Ones: Grand Theft Impro

“The Impro Melbourne crew have been delighting audiences with their antics since 1996. For 2 decades they have performed and taught nationally and internationally, including in Asia, Europe, the Americas and South Africa. They now bring to Melbourne – for the first time – ‘Grand Theft Impro’ a 55-minute rollercoaster ride of spontaneous, unscripted, short sketches.”

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