Theatre Sports and Improvisation
About the course
Improvisation and theatresports are fantastic skills to learn and develop, not only for actors, but for anyone wanting to gain confidence, improve their communication skills, develop the art of storytelling and learn to listen more effectively. Great for performers and business people alike!
If you’re keen to grow these skills, come and join this fast paced, action-packed class which combines wit, humour and performance skills. Meet new people and enjoy growing your skillset.
Suitable for those who have intermediate to advanced improvisation skills.
Timetable and Enrolment
Term 3 2022
Scots College Drama Rooms
Teens from age (14+)
$260 (9 weeks)
About Susan Fogarty
Susan Fogarty is a Wellington based drama teacher, writer and communications experts. Her background in improvisation enabled her to move into stand-up comedy. She appeared on TV3’s Pulp Comedy, along with gigs supporting Julian Clary, George Smilovich and Bob Downe. She has also performed at BATs and Centrepoint Theatre’s.
She has written for TV and once had the unusual job of ‘audience warm-up’ for Grundy Productions. Susan has an ATCL in Drama, (Trinity College, London) and a BA (Hons) from Canterbury University.
Susan has a passion for teaching theatresports and improvisation and believes that no matter what level a person is at, they have the potential to reach higher and surprise themselves. Seeing pupils reach their own personal goals is a hugely rewarding part of the job.
As a founding member of the Court Jesters improvisation and theatresports arm of the Court Theatre, she worked extensively as both a performer and teacher of improvisation and theatresports. She also completed improvisation and theatresports training with the world-renowned Groundlings impov troupe in Los Angeles. She is a founding performer of New Zealand’s longest running comedy show, Scared Scriptless (Court Theatre, Christchurch) and has taught theatresports to primary and high school students. She also teachers improvisation to corporates as part of their communications professional development.