At Oakville Improv, we offer a range of improv workshops. Our beginners classes will give you a feel for improv. If you like it, you can build your skills in our higher level workshops, and even team up with other improvisers to perform in one of our many improvised stage productions. If you’ve registered with us before, you can use our registration page here – if not, read below for class descriptions.
This level is great for beginning improvisers, as well as being an enjoyable refresher for those improvisers who have had previous improv or acting experience. The workshops will cover a number of improv games and exercises and offer opportunities for students to perform for family and friends. All very low stress and fun. These classes are currently being held through the Town of Oakville at the QEPCCC (Queen Elizabeth Park Community and Cultural Centre – we like to call it “The Q”, but strangely, no one else does). You can register there through their on-line program connection, here . Schedules are listed below.
Our new Adult curriculum: Four rotational classes make up the total skill set we’d like to see each student have under their belts. These classes are for people who want more challenging material after beginners and may wish to join us on stage. The four classes will run in rotation, so if you miss one, you can pick it up the next time it’s offered, and if you’ve just done one, you’ll know whether the next number is something you’ve done already. (“I’ve done 1 of 4, and 3 of 4, but I’m going to take 2 of four because it’s offered in the Fall”) Participants may be asked to play in demonstration rounds in venues across Oakville, to raise their skill level. You can register with us here
Adult Specialty Classes
Intended for those who have wider improv experience and are committed to working with a team. This workshop series explores more advanced scene work, as well as more challenging improv games. In addition to the final showcase, improvisers may be invited to perform at one or more local venues with more experienced players (eg. Theatresports)
Improv for Caregivers
Moms, dads and other caregivers will welcome the perks of social interaction, brain challenging exercises and a chance to have a laugh. Taught through the Town of Oakville during the day, you must register through their IRIS program. Schedules are listed below. If you have any questions about the class, please feel free to contact us here.
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