Have you ever found yourself stuck for words?
Ever been expected to make a decision on the spot?
Want to do this in a fun and supportive environment?
Then this course is for you!
Next course runs from 18th May 2021
Improvisation is a fun yet powerful way to release your creative potential in a fun and supportive environment! On the course, we explore the basics and fundamentals of improvisation both as a performing and professional skill. The course and workshops are designed to be fun and liberating as we unlock our creativity and conquer any inhibitions or fears we harbor when presenting or communicating through improv.
At the end of the course, participants will grasp the fundamentals of improvisation and will be able to apply those new skills to your personal, professional and performing life. From speaking off the cuff, to bringing an edge to your presentations, improv will bring an authentic edge to all aspects of what you do!
- Principles of Improv
- Conscious Communication
- Conquering self-imposed barriers to success
- Speaking authentically off the cuff
- Inspiring and engaging a room
What better way to shake off those isolation blues than with some online improv? Neil Curran’s unique teaching style seamlessly translates from in person to online with lots of new fun and innovative uses of the novel online environment. A wonderful improv trainer both online and off!
– Professor Louise McHugh, University College Dublin
Neil’s online workshop not only exceeded my expectations but was one of the best workshops I’ve attended. He creates a balance of traditional improv skills while adapting to the changing world of online performances and scene work needed in today’s world.
– Karla OBryant Dingle, Producer at Queen City Comedy / Acting Out Studio
I really enjoyed Neil’s online classes. It was very useful to consider aspects of screen acting combined with improvising using a new platform to develop my improv skills. This combined with Neil’s structured and supportive style of coaching made the classes a joy!
– Aidan Corr