2018 Workshops

Learn more, laugh more

Check out our workshops below. 

All Workshops at 2 Hour in Length and $40.

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Saturday June 23rd

Your Own Cast of 1000 Characters

3PM-5PM With Gael Perry (France)

There are many ways to work on character creation. You can learn how to maintain your body, how to walk with a cane, how to feel like fire, or one of many other tricks. But what you need to BE somebody different is to FEEL like someone else. This is a workshop about creating many characters (a thousand and more) from nothing, without thinking, and unplugging your brain to be transported by the moment. Using funny exercises and musical inspired scenes, you will learn to create a different body, which will be at the same time natural and surprising for yourself.


Improv for Teens: Heart Surgery For Dummies

3PM - 5PM  With Laura Doornerweerd (Amsterdam)

In this workshop you will learn how to bluff every profession. I will teach you the jargon of the mail sorter, the instruments of a surgeon or the technique of a sniper. All this will no longer be a secret for you. In this workshop we focus on the language, the moves and the attitude of at least 10 different professions. Very useful for on stage! An additional advantage: you will improve you firm conviction while improvising and how to smoothly combine moving and acting.


Sunday June 24th

Improv for Kids!

10AM-12PM With Anyssa Mckee (Calgary)

Calling all kiddos looking to explore the magical world of improvisation, where anything is possible! This workshop will focus on positivity and team work whilst also learning skills to think on your feet and explore your imagination.


Musical Improv

10AM-12PM With cast members from Showstopper! The Improvised Musical.

Learn the art of Musical Improv from the pros, yes the OLIVIER Award winning pros from London, England.


Moving For Dummies

2:30PM-4:30PM With Laura Doornerweerd (Amsterdam)

The workshop goes more in-depth on physical theatre: moving, trusting your body, ensemble work and building the environment. A wonderful way to get out of your head, into your body and connected with your fellow improvisers. But most importantly: play great scenes.