The Improvised Guide to Video Games
“Inspired and hilarious” – The Herald Sun
plays Sadie in ABC’s upcoming The InBESTigators and also recently appeared in True Story Season 2 for Channel Nine. Amberly previously performed in Avenue Q as Kate/Lucy and ABC comedy DAFUQ, which earned her a Best Actress nomination at Revelation Film Festival’s Next Gen Webfest. Other recent screen credits include ABC comedies Trip for Biscuits and The Chinaboy Show.
is fresh from national and international tours of his award-winning show Tokyo Hotel, including Edinburgh Fringe, Sydney and Perth Fringe festivals, even a gig in Paris, France. Ben Russell has featured on ABC Freshblood and is currently a cult favourite within Australia’s best comedy rooms. "An instantly likeable comic" - The Herald Sun | www.benrussellcomedy.com
began performing at the age of 12, when her teacher taught her Space Jump and she learnt she could make people laugh without saying “poo” or “fart”. A constant performer, Cassie has played Juliet in Romeo and Juliet, Olivia in Twelfth Night and Portia in The Merchant of Venice - and has toured schools all over WA and Victoria with countless theatre in education productions.
JIMMY JAMES EATON
is an award winning star in Australian comedy and improvisation, holding the figurative medal for the quickest comic mind on the scene. With a rapid fire of voices, characters, quips and booming man-made sound effects, Jimmy brings the funny thick and fast. His exceptional grasp on a broad range of performance skills allow him to create whole hilarious worlds on stage that you won’t want to leave. "An hour of laugh out loud." ★★★★ The Herald Sun
ALWAYS WORKING ARTISTS
is the company of director Jeremy Rice and writer Kate Rice. Recent productions include Shoot From The Hip by Justin Cheek for the 2015 Melbourne Fringe Festival, 3 Seeds: short plays by Afeif Ismail at the Blue Room Theatre Perth, Royals by Kate Rice for 2014 Melbourne Fringe Festival, and Monologue for a Murderer by Kate Rice at La Mama Courthouse Theatre.
THE BIG HOO-HAA!
is an improvised comedy night that is created on-the-spot from audience suggestions. The Big HOO-HAA! began in Perth 2002, led by the Chicago-trained Sam Longley. Since then, the show has gained a huge local following, launched the careers of comedians including Tim Minchin and Claire Hooper, and established a Melbourne show at The Butterfly Club. In the style of Who’s Line Is It Anyway? and Comedy Sportz, The Big HOO-HAA! sees two teams of fearless comedians do battle, using audience suggestions to improvise comedy sketches.
Improvilicious! is perfect for schools: 50 minutes plus Q&A, completely self-contained, teacher’s pack with classroom activity plans and curriculum links, student participation and ENTERTAINING! You class will think you’re the COOLEST EVER teacher if you book one or more of our Improvilicious shows to come to your school.
Improvilicious: The Improvised Guide to Superheroes: Years 5 – 8
Improvilicious: The Improvised Guide to the Internet: Years 5 – 8
Improvilicious: The Improvised Guide to High School: Years 5 – 8
Improvilicious: The Improvised History of Theatre: Years 9 – 12
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