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Advanced: Improvising a Musical - Mondays Term 4

  • Paddington Substation 150 Enoggera Terrace Paddington, Queensland, 4064 Australia (map)

Early Bird places on sale until 14 October - book your place today!

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Improvising a Musical will have students performing a full length, fully improvised musical from a single suggestion with confidence. Successful completion of Intermediate 2: Intro to Musical Improv and Group Minds is required to participate. Exemption may be granted to experienced improvisers under certain circumstances, please contact the training director at training@bigforktheatre.com to discuss.

Nothing wows an audience like a good improvised song, nothing blows them away like a fully improvised musical. Bring together all your improv skills and musical talent for your biggest challenge yet. This course will have you improvising the next Broadway hit from start to finish!

Specific skills and topics covered:

  • The musical format

  • Musical song types

  • Where within a musical these song types are performed

  • How to initiate songs from within a scene

  • How to move back into scenic improv after a song

  • Creating characters through song

  • Ensemble Support

  • Narrative through song

  • Improvising a musical start to end.

  • Vocal warm ups

Early bird pricing: Full $230, Concession $180 until 14 October.
Regular pricing: Full $260, Concession $210

This course meets for 6 sessions on Monday Evenings starting 21 October at 6:30PM that are each 3 hours long. The final class will be on 25 November. 

Please note: This class will occur at two different locations -

Paddington Substation on 21 October and 18 November
Queen Alexandra Home Coorparoo on 28 October, 4, 11 & 25 November

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.