Advanced Classes – International School of Improvisation

** This year’s programmed courses launch Impro ACT’s International School of Improvisation residency project, powered by GIFT (Global Improv Festival Theatre). The first quarter of 2019 features Rahel Otsa (Estonia), in residence. Students can look forward to new exciting guests in future terms.Improvisers who have completed the “Prepare to Be Unprepared” class or a similar course in another city can choose from a range of more advanced classes offered by Impro ACT – International School of Improvisation.

In 2019, Impro ACT will proudly present a wide range of advanced classes. Full details of each class are provided below.

* For one-off workshops, please select the ‘Workshops’ tab at the top of this page.

INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED COURSES

TERM 1, 2019

“Playground Europe” led by Rahel Otsa (Estonia), with Nick Byrne, and guests , 

Mondays from February 11 – April 1, (no class March 11, Canberra Day), 7:00pm-9:30pm, Ainslie Arts Centre, Rm 1

Rahel Otsa (Estonia)

Rahel Otsa (Estonia)

A fun and surprising look at shortform games and scenework through the lens of European improvisation. Learn new games and scene set-ups that you haven’t yet played, and get a fresh perspective on some you already play, all in time for our Theatresports season (planned for the second quarter of the year), should you wish to perform. If you don’t wish to perform on stage, this is still the course for the fun and inspirational part of your week.

Led by Estonian internationally touring improviser, and Artistic Director of Tallinn’s famous TILT Festival, Rahel Otsa, along with Impro ACT’s own internationally touring Artistic Director, Nick Byrne, and selected guests.

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“The Art of Impro” led by Rahel Otsa (Estonia), with Nick Byrne, and guest tutors

Thursdays from February 14 – March 28, (no class Dec 5), 7:00pm-9:30pm, Ainslie Arts Centre, Rm 1

Rahel Otsa

Rahel Otsa (Estonia)

Using other art forms as inspiration for improvisation, learn how the methods of visual artists, dancers, musicians, and others, can inform how we can create higher quality, innovative performance, and how theatrical improvisers can combine art forms or collaborate with other artists.

Led by Estonian internationally touring improviser, and Artistic Director of Tallinn’s famous TILT Festival, Rahel Otsa, along with Impro ACT’s own internationally touring Artistic Director, Nick Byrne, and selected artists from other fields, this fascinating program will give you something very fresh every week, along with a lifetime of inspiration.

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