Improv Theatre Sydney is a creative, inclusive and world-class school for students of improvisation.
Our performance ensemble and student alumni includes Alex Lee (The Checkout), Bridie Connell (ARIA award-winner, Tonightly), Sam Mac (Sunrise), Kyran Wheatley (triple j), Susie Youssef (The Project), as well as award-winning comedians Steen Raskopoulos and Carlo Ritchie (The Bear Pack), Tom Walker, Bec Melrose (2018 Raw Comedy winner) and more.
In addition to improv classes, we also offer sketch, stand-up, and other speciality courses written and taught by industry professionals (Tonightly’s Wyatt Nixon-Lloyd, Hughesy, We Have A Problem head writer Penny Greenhalgh). We’ve facilitated corporate workshops for national and international clients including Google, Commonwealth Bank, EY (Ernst & Young), Sydney Thunder, Barnados Australia and Stryker.
Improvisation is a collaborative method of creating live spontaneous theatre that is always funny, often touching and frequently poignant. Players conceive original scenes in the moment, spontaneously discovering ideas, relationships and worlds between them, based on a stimulus from the audience.
Improv is by its nature participatory, and is emboldened by a diversity within its audiences and performers. ITS aims to provide a space where all people can perform together, embracing the mosaic of Sydney’s multiculturalism, religious plurality, gender and sexual diversity and thriving in the plethora of ideas they provide.
Above all, we believe that improv is and should be an enjoyable experience. Don’t think, have fun. Sign up for level 1 and find out why so many people love Improv Theatre Sydney.
8 week term
All terms run for eight weeks, with three-hour workshops one night of the week, or one afternoon in the weekend, with the exception of one-off and specialty workshops.
Student (8 Weeks): $395