The buzz around Wellington improv now is for the always-wonderful NZ Improv Festival in October – enroll in great workshops or buy tickets to great shows, and soon, as some have started to sell out already!
If you’d like to learn improv (or rediscover it after a break), WIT’s evening class The Joy of Improv has run in cheerful co-operation with the Wellington Community Education Centre for more than ten years. WIT’s 2017 courses are open for enrollment now, with the last for the year starting Thursday October 19th. As these often book out, it’s worth signing up now.
Have you already completed WIT’s Joy of Improv course, or have similar experience with another troupe? Our intermediate Next Step Improv course runs twice a year, usually timed for after every-other Joy of Improv. The next course starts on October 19th.
WIT also has regular improv sessions for people who’ve completed basic training, either with WIT or the equivalent somewhere else. WIT’s Tuesdays are usually in the Mezzanine Room at Wellington Central Library, but occasionally we have to go elsewhere, for example if the City Council need to use it.
Tuesday September 12th is at Drama Christi!
Our usual space at Wellington Central Library is being used for election related things for the next couple of weeks, so instead we’ll be in the pleasingly theatrical Drama Christi Studio, by the Wesley Church at 75 Taranaki St (the entrance is around the back of the building)
6-8pm, and training will be led by Wiremu Tuhiwai
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