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Learn to improvise: Spontaneity classes
 

Learn to improvise with Impro Melbourne, Melbourne's premiere improvisational theatre company.

Spontaneity is the first course of the Impro Melbourne workshop program and requires no prior improvisation or performance experience.

Spontaneity covers the basics of improvisation (improv). You’ll work on unleashing your creativity and unlocking your spontaneity through impro games and exercises based on play, collaboration and support.

This course is designed to encourage fearlessness, to help you break out of your comfort zone and have fun!

Spontaneity class was the best thing I've done in years. I absolutely loved it.” - L. Young

"No judgement! It was ok to make mistakes and I felt like I really belonged." - Caylie

"Really enjoyed the course! The skills I've learnt have improved my professional communication and given me a bunch of material for workshop facilitation and team building." - Tim Newbold

We value diversity and extend a warm welcome to people of different ethnicities, religions, sexualities, genders, abilities, ages and backgrounds. If you are unsure if improvisation is for you, please have a conversation with us so we can work together to create an environment for you to try.

Course of 5 classes, from May 30 – June 27 2018, Wednesdays 7pm – 1pm

$320 full, $290 concession

Read more and enrol online at https://www.impromelbourne.com.au/workshops/2018/3/spontaneity-1

 

Venue: Melbourne Polytechnic Building H 35 St John Street Prahran, Melbourne
Dates: Wednesday 30 May 2018 – Wednesday 27 June 2018
Bookings: 03 9416 2555 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

 

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