There is a new Intro to Impro Bootcamp starting Wed 17 July with Eugene Suleau at the Box.

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If you are completely new to impro or performing, or you have done some stuff a million years ago and you’d like to refresh your skills, On the Fly has classes specifically designed for you.

If you would rather train with other novices, then why not take our ‘Introduction to Improv’ course? The next 6 week course will be held on Wednesdays in July of 2014. It will provide a basic run-down of the skills that improvisers use. You’ll get to learn few games and put your new-found skills to use (and hopefully have a bit of a laugh along the way).

After completing the ‘Introduction to Improv’ course you’re free to become an On the Fly member and try our general classes at the Box Factory which are scheduled on Wednesday nights, from 7.30pm to 9pm.

Classes on Wednesday nights concentrate on short form improvisation and are designed to fine-tune the skills that improvisers (and actors) use in short or long form improv in a fun and supportive environment and over the year we will visit the basics, theatre skills, short form games, story, the Keith Johnstone formats Micetro, Theatresports and Gorilla, advancing short form skills and musical impro.

There will be opportunities to perform at the Grace Emily with your new found improv skills and for those that remain committed you will be invited to “the Incubator” series of workshops where existing OTF players explore a variety of formats both short and long form whilst creating new and original shows.

Intro to Impro Workshop

Is there a performer inside you dying to get out? Want to take to the stage but don’t fancy learning lines? Done some impro before and want another taste? Then get on down to the Impro Boot Camp and join other like minded souls in learning the basics of impro.

Impro (or improvisational theatre) has a long history and is best known in the forms of Theatresports or TV’s “Whose Line Is It, Anyway?” But you don’t need to know anything about it to take part (and if you do that’s a bonus!). You’ll learn the simple dos and don’ts of impro, how to construct scenes, the basics of storytelling, how to work as a team – whether there’s two or twenty – plus a whole lot more.The class will be run by On the Fly trainers, to find out more about our members and key trainers please click here.

Dates: Wednesdays 16 July to the 30 July
Times: 7.30 to 9.30pm
Cost:  $10 adults, $6 for concession.

To register for workshops in 2014 please select your form type below and click to download.
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For information on how to find the Adelaide Box Factory please click here.

All workshops held at the Box Factory Community Centre are subsidised by the Adelaide City Council with OTF paying $2 per person to the ACC