Theses courses can book out so enroll now to make sure you don’t miss out.
WIT’s next improv classes for adults start May 13th. These will run for eight weeks 7.30-9.30pm on Thursday nights, at the Wellington High School in Taranaki St, Mt Cook.
The Joy of Improvisation is WIT’s foundation class and suitable for any level of experience, including none at all. It has been run by WIT in association with the Wellington Community Education Centre (WCEC) for over 15 years now, and classes are always led by senior WIT trainers/performers. This term Tristram Domican is leading, and it’s bound to be a delightful intro to the art of theatre without a script.
Improv for the Stage is our ‘next step’ course, this term led by Ali Little, and is a fun dive into more elaborate ways to tell stories, dipping into different styles and formats of improv, all shaped by what participants want. It’s the ideal course if you’ve already learnt the basics, either with WIT or another troupe, or you’ve other theatre training which used improv exercises and games, or if you’re returning to improv after a break. The focus is on becoming stage ready, supporting your fellow players, and generally having an excellently fun time.
Warm up the dark nights of winter with a whole bunch of laughter and revel in being spontaneous and playful.