17th May – 7th June
Mondays | 19:00 – 21:00
Storytelling is at the heart of improvised theatre & comedy.
In this 4-week course, we will explore Keith Johnstone-inspired techniques to help craft and shape our ability to tell satisfying stories on the spot.
You’ll work on building your communication skills & confidence when telling stories and train narrative instincts to help grab and sustain audience interest.
An excellent course for writers, performers or anyone who wants to bring storytelling into their life and work.
This is part of our Performing Improv programme, which focuses on the skills to perform improv on stage.
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
Imogen Palmer is the Theatre School Manager and the Artistic Director The Delight Collective, creator of IMOGENÉ, The Bish Bosh Bash and International Women’s Day special ‘If These Walls Could Talk’. She began teaching improvisation whilst training full-time at the award-winning Howard Fine Acting Studio in Melbourne and performing with Impro Melbourne. She regularly tops up her training with improvisation and clown masters including Patti Stiles (Loose Moose Theatre), Deanna Fleysher (Butt Kapinsky), Jill Bernard (HUGE Theatre), the Showstoppers and Jason Shotts (IO Chicago).
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In the event of updated guidance from the government partway through a course, the course will be postponed and you will be offered a credit note to the value of the number of sessions missed to use against another course in future.