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Improv 301 - The Scene - Sundays Term 3

Early Bird places on sale until Monday July 24 - book your place today!

In The Scene you will learn how to create interesting and entertaining two person scenes from nothing, with a focus on relationships and what is really going on between the two characters. The Scene will involve personal feedback and side coaching from your teacher to take your improvisation to the next level. 

This level focuses on the two person scene which is the backbone of Chicago style long form improvisation.   The Scene will allow participants to understand Big Fork Theatre's signature style of play while also complimenting and improving their own set of skills.

Successful completion of Improv 201 is required to participate, special consideration may be granted to participants with prior improv experience - please contact Cameron at if you believe this is you. 

Specific skills and topics covered: 

  • Relationships between characters
  • Listening
  • Creating scenes from absolutely nothing
  • How to advance and explore a scene
  • Advanced long form techniques
  • In depth study and practice of the Armando improv format (as seen performed by Big Fork Theatre as Cool Story Bro).

This course meets for 8 sessions on Sunday mornings starting August 6, 10AM that are each 3 hours long, leading to a final graduation performance by the entire class.  The final class will be on September 24.

The location of the class will be confirmed shortly but will be close to the city and accessible by public transport and have parking available.

Why take an improv class?

Improv is for everyone. It doesn't matter how experienced or inexperienced you are as a performer Big Fork Theatre's classes are designed to benefit everyone. Our classes focus on developing your listening skills, stage confidence and team work.

Big Fork Theatre's improvisational classes are beneficial for actors and comedians looking to add a new skill set to their performing repertoire. Improv is becoming increasingly desired when casting and can help performers adjust to any situation whether it be during an audition or in the rehearsal room.

Improvisation is an excellent way to improve your communication skills and confidence when speaking in public.