Teens Impro

with Brenna Dixon

An improvisation course for young people who want to play, have fun, and make things up on the spot!

In this 4 week course, they will learn the basics of improvisation through engaging games and exercises that call on spontaneity, collaboration, and creativity. In a safe and inclusive environment.  

Focusing on 

  • Being present in the moment
  • Accepting ideas - saying yes
  • Idea generation 
  • Supportive play and collaboration
  • Silencing the internal critic
  • Improving communication skills
  • Active listening

These skills can then be taken into acting, public speaking, general communication, and more. 

Ages 14 - 18 years 

"I love sharing improvisation with young people. Improvisation develops students' confidence, resilience, decision-making, resourcefulness, team-work and listening skills. It can help to reduce anxiety and fear of judgement. It challenges us to embrace and celebrate mistakes, to be bold and to support each other. All you need is yourself and your fellow improvisers." - Brenna Dixon

Class size is limited to 10 students. 

Learn from the best

You can trust our 30 + years of experience teaching and performing in Melbourne and internationally. Our experienced teachers are professionals who work in the arts. Enjoy a safe creative environment with a company that values diversity and welcomes people of different ethnicities, religions, sexualities, genders, abilities, ages, and backgrounds. 

This course will be taught via the online platform Zoom and requires no prior improvisation or performance experience. Our classes have password and security settings. 



Workshop Details

Dates & Times

October 16 – November 6, 2020
Fridays 5.30pm – 6.30pm
Course of 4 classes



Prices in AUD, GST included


Online Class
The class will be conducted via Zoom


Brenna is a supportive and enthusiastic teacher, always sharing her passion for art form with students. She has been teaching drama and improvisation since 2012, in Australia and overseas. Brenna has taught adults and children of all ages, and for companies including Brave Studios, The Decent People, New Zealand Improv Festival, and Monash University, just to name a few. Brenna teaches workshops on improvised Shakespeare, musicals, scene work and stage craft, but particularly loves introducing newcomers to improvisation.

Read Brenna Dixon’s full biography