Intro to Impro - ONLINE

with Jim Fishwick

 

Everyone can enjoy the laughter and play of improvisation from the safety of your own home!  

Our Introduction to Improvisation covers the basics of online improvisation in a fun and supportive environment. This weekly class is a chance to have fun, be silly, let off steam and learn new skills. 

We’ll explore the principles of improvisation, for example:

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

Class size is limited to 14 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. 

Are you an educator wishing to complete this course for Professional Development? Our courses provide a certificate of completion, stating the number of hours completed, and are aligned to the AITSL Teacher Standards.  Contact us for more information or to request one.

This course will be taught via the online platform Zoom and requires no prior improvisation or performance experience.  

 

Questions? Contact our workshop co-ordinator Katherine.

Age requirement: 18 and over. Please see our Impro in Schools programs for anyone under 18.

Workshop Details

Dates & Times

April 27 – June 15, 2021
Tuesdays 7.00pm – 9.00pm
Course of 8 classes

Price

Early Bird price
$199.00
(spaces limited)

From April 6 onward
$259.00 full
$219.00 concession

Prices in AUD, GST included

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Location

Online Class
The class will be conducted via Zoom

Teacher

Jim is passionate about exploring improv that is artful, articulate, and attentive. He champions presence, support, inclusion and freedom in his craft. He taught improvisation at the University of Sydney for three years, is a faculty member at Improv Theatre Sydney, and has taught independent workshops around the Australia and the world since 2012.

Read Jim Fishwick’s full biography