“Inspired and hilarious” – The Herald Sun
Comedian, writer and definitely not three kids in a trench coat. A senior member of The Big Hoo-Haa! Melbourne, Williams has performed all over the world, from Edinburgh, to New York City, to Rottnest Island. Her unique blend of solo sketch comedy has earned critical acclaim in Melbourne Fringe, Perth Fringeworld and Melbourne International Comedy Festival. On Channel 10 she co-hosts The Bachelor/Bachelorette Unpacked.
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
Ever since Jimmy first got a Sega Master System with an inbuilt Alex Kid game way back in 1989, he’s been hooked on video games. Jimmy now does live comedy, TV shows, voices cartoon movies and basically anything else he can do to afford extra time and money to buy and play more video games. His favourite game is The Legend Of Zelda: Ocarina Of Time. "An hour of laugh out loud." ★★★★ The Herald Sun
is an award-nominated actor, comedian, and grammar nerd. She recently hosted Lost the Plot, a literature game show, at the Melbourne Emerging Writers' Festival. She has won Sci Fight (a monthly science comedy debate) and appears regularly with much-loved improvised comedy troupes The Big Hoo-Haa!, Impromptunes, Spontaneous Broadway and Soothplayers: Completely Improvised Shakespeare.
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.
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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