Keith Johnstone. the internationally recognized authority on improvisation, will be teaching a series of workshops proudly presented by Impro Melbourne in May. Keith is the creator of Theatresports™ and a prolific writer on improvisational theatre. His books ‘Impro’ and ‘Impro For Storytellers’ have elevated improvisation to an art form in its own right. Both books have been translated into many languages.
Keith's fearless, playful approach to improvisational theatre has given birth to a global improvisational community, and his visionary ideas have influenced such television hits as 'Kids in the Hall' and 'Whose Line Is It Anyway?' There's a long list of artists who have directly benefited from Keith's irreverent view of theatre and his ability to release creativity. Johnstone is a cheeky renaissance man with a gleeful sense of humour. He is a passionate genius inspired by his desire to unleash powerful art. His rebellious creative streak makes him break all the rules in everything he does: as a writer, playwright, painter, director, impro coach and drama professor. Working with Keith is an experience not to be missed.
For more information about Keith Johnstone, go here.
If you'd like to be a part of Impro Melbourne's workshops in May, email Patti Stiles at firstname.lastname@example.org