COVID-19 Update: All performances have been suspended until further notice.  Workshops (in-session and upcoming) will be postponed on a rolling basis until we're able to offer them again. Feel free to book into any listed workshops that you're keen for – we'll keep pushing them back until we're able to hold them, and people with registrations on the books will get first crack at participating. It might take awhile, but we'll eventually be back to normal and would love to have you involved for a much-needed laugh.

Improv Level 1 - Term 2b 2020 - Wednesday — Workshop Details

Course Name
Improv Level 1 - Term 2b 2020 - Wednesday
8 Weeks
  Start Date
Wednesday, May 13
  End Date
Wednesday, July 1
$525 Full / $475 Concession
+ $5 Online Booking Fee (Includes GST)
The Improv Conspiracy Theatre - Lobby
Level 1, 19 Meyers Place, Melbourne 3000
Walk past the security guard at ground level, up to Level 1.
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If you have any questions before booking, or wish to set up an alternate payment scenario (bank transfer, payment plan, etc) please contact us!

All bookings are NON-REFUNDABLE. However, for a 5% change of registration fee you may alter your booking before the course start date – deferring to a later term or giving your spot to a friend.

Be sure you understand all of our conditions of participation before signing up.

No experience necessary, all levels welcome. The workshop will be fun yet challenging regardless of your former improvisation experience, especially if you've never had Chicago-style training before.

Perform for friends and family in your very own class show at the end of term. The class show will be held on the weekend of May 23/24 (Time TBA) at The Improv Conspiracy Theatre.

About the instructor(s)

While we don’t anticipate having to change the instructor after registrations open, please be aware that this may happen from time to time.

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Matt has worked as an independent improv coach since early 2019 and is thrilled to be teaching with TIC. He firmly believes that improv rules are often life rules, and that excellent work is born of love, curiousity, attentiveness, and fun. Find some examples of his improv philosophy here and here.

When he is off-stage, Matt enjoys reading fantasy novels, listening to self-help audiobooks, and playing Mario Party.

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