Unlock the power of spontaneous creativity with IMPROVISATION FOUNDATIONS.

In the world of performance, improvisation (improv) is a dynamic tool that fosters quick thinking, adaptability, and collaboration. Yet, its benefits extend far beyond the stage.

In everyday life, improv equips individuals with the ability to think on their feet, navigate unexpected situations, and embrace uncertainty with confidence. Whether facing a last-minute change in plans or engaging in spontaneous conversations, those versed in improvisation thrive amidst ambiguity.

IMPROVISATION FOUNDATIONS is part 1 of On The Wing's progressive curriculum of theatrical improvisation skills. Over the course of 4 weeks we will be exploring some of the foundational skills of improvisation, such as:
Trusting our instincts
Making and accepting an 'offer'
Introducing an ‘objective’
Finding the game

Not a performer? No worries! This is a beginners' course in improvisation, and no prior performance experience is necessary - just a willingness to have a go and have fun! Practicing improv helps the following skills:
Adaptive thinking and innovation
Public speaking
Creative problem-solving
Listening and communication
The course is suitable for participants 16 years and over.

IMPORTANT: The 4-week program in itself is also progressive, and participants will need to commit to the full course, as it is not designed to facilitate "drop-ins". If you can't make it to all 4 weeks, but are interested in developing your skills, please send an email to [email protected] and we will add you to our list to receive an alert when our next introductory course is being held! Likewise, if you have had prior experience/learning of improv skills, check out our Intermediate Improv course, running concurrently on Thursday nights until April 4.

Mondays, March 11 - April 1
6pm - 7:30pm

Earlybird: $80 (limited to the first 10 customers and available until midnight, Sunday March 3)
Regular: $100

TO REGISTER: Submit your registration by clicking the link below.
Class size is limited to 12, so don't delay in registering!

Your place will only be confirmed once payment has been received. Upfront payment is required. Should you wish to participate, but cannot pay the upfront amount, please send an email to [email protected] and we will endeavour to assist where possible.

Kieran Gale is a graduate of Charles Sturt University having studied a Bachelor of Communication and Creative Industries (Theatre/Media)… He wishes it were a shorter title than that. Kieran has studied improvised theatre at ITS in Sydney and uses these skills every day in social and professional settings. Improv has allowed him to perform shows as part of National Science Week and as a Captain Starlight for Starlight Children’s Foundation. It's a constant source of fun and exploration for him, and invaluable in his practice as a comedian.


Event Info

Date and time

Monday 11 March 2024
Mondays 6-7:30pm


Totem Theatre

Snow Kenna Park, Alice Springs NT 0870

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