Workshop: Improv Comedy for Writers

Yarra Plenty Regional Library

Event Date: 
7 September 2019
Author / Presenters: 
Indiana Kiely

This event is part of the 11th Annual Booklovers Festival

Want to develop your writing confidence, kick writer’s block to the curb and unlock your inner creative genius? Improvisational comedy is for you! Learn from Indiana Kiely how improv can help you overcome fear and find your natural mental flow, how to create strong characters and how to trust yourself and your ideas. This process-driven workshop might just plant the seeds of a future project: a play, novel, memoir or screenplay. Come along and find out. No experience necessary.

Bookings essential

About the facilitator:

Indiana Kiely started her improv journey with TIC (The Improv Conspiracy) in 2015 to insert fun into her life whilst completing a Masters of Politics. Since her first taste, she's been feverishly passionate about all things improv and enjoys the unlimited creativity that comes with the art form. Indiana has quickly racked up many hours of stage experience and training in many house teams and indie projects. She has been a part of Harold teams 'Shag Rug', 'Cousins' and now currently plays on the Harold team 'Peter Helliar'. She is also a member of FEMMILY. Indiana excels at bold physical characters on stage as well as grounded emotion driven scenes.