Here at LMA we often get asked how people can get more involved with the school, and in particular, shows…
Imagine how great going to work would be if everyone in your office had improv training! We have what you need to make it happen.
Have you ever noticed that the people in your office who are happy with a positive outlook rarely get sick, and the unhappy miserable people always seem to be ill?
Improv comes to life in a different way during festivals – it’s a non-stop celebration from bump-in to the after party. And even if you’ve never met these people before, it will feel like a reunion of friends you never knew you had.
It’s finally here. LMA is pleased to present the Australian Improv Festival. Featuring a broad range of world-class performers and teachers from across the country and around the globe.
Twenty-nineteen is off to an amazing start with more students, more teachers, more teams, more coaches, more shows – and more awesomeness.
The LMA Sydney Holiday Show and Party is on Dec. 20th and you and your friends are invited. Come play and perform along with our special guest, Jonathan Pitts.
There are a lot of places to take an improv class in Australia, but if you’re an Actor who wants to get better at auditioning and maybe get to LA one day, you need to train in long-form improv.
Thank you to all the amazing people who came out to audition for a spot on one of LMA’s Sydney House Teams.
There’s a “rule” in improv that says you shouldn’t ever ask questions in a scene. And there are some good reasons for this…
Remember when you were a kid and your parents or your teacher said it’s “time to play a game”? Remember how exciting that was?
This is one of my all time fave quotes and moments in a film. It sums up for me the profound sentiment I have following a clown workshop…