You are funny. You are also ridiculous. Improv will help you learn that in a goofy, fun, and safe way.
Imagine creating a scene entirely on the spot in front of laughing audience. When you take away scripts, the stakes change. All that matters is what your friend on stage just said. It sounds scary… because it is! It is also liberating. Instead of memorising lines, blocking, and technical cues, you listen, you acknowledge what you are given, and you give something back. That’s true whether you are playing three-minute theatre sports games or improvising an hour-long play.Read more →