Improvisation Foundations Online by Impro Melbourne

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Improvisation Foundations Workshop

Available online Term 4 2020 & throughout 2021

Suitable for years 5 to 12, this online workshop introduces students to the core principles of great spontaneous improvisation. The art of impro relies on teamwork, cooperation, trust, respect for others’ ideas and reacting positively to failure. These are important lessons not only for building successful stories on stage but also for life.

With clear curriculum links, these workshops directly address address areas in Creative Thinking, Drama and English with interpersonal development and personal learning including sharing of ideas, teamwork, creative thinking, sharing ideas, responding and communicating. The skills learned can also lead to creative writing and scripted performance making.

This workshop suits smaller groups so students have ample space and time to ask questions.

Impro Melbourne's teachers are passionate, highly experienced professional actors who love inspiring creativity in students. Their instructors teach at various arts institutions, including the Victorian College of the Arts, St Martin's Youth Theatre, Melbourne Polytechnic, NICA and Malthouse Theatre, and they have toured internationally.

Victorian Curriculum Links: The Arts, Languages, The Humanities – History, Civics and Citizenship

Capabilities: Personal and Social, Ethical

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Introduce your students to the core principles of great improvisation!

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Metro: 5th Oct 2020 to 17th Dec 2021
Regional: 5th Oct 2020 to 17th Dec 2021

Impro Melbourne
Duration: 60 minute livestream workshop
Artform: Drama
Minimum fee: $300 + GST
Suitability: Year 5, Year 6, Year 7, Year 8, Year 9, Year 10, Year 11, Year 12
Terms: Term 1, Term 2, Term 3, Term 4
Maximum Student Attendance: 25
Booking info: This is a live-stream workshop and can be delivered through the platform your school is most comfortable with e.g. Zoom, Google hangouts, Windows teams, etc. Require space large enough for all students to be standing and moving freely around. Workshops can be noisy so need to be in area that will not disturb other classes.
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