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What is this place?

Improv College is an online-only improv school for people looking for advanced improv classes. It's where some of the best teachers from around the world can share with you their expertise.

We want to take your improv to the next level while operating with a focus on inclusivity and acceptance. Online improv classes aren't going to replace physical classes but rather complement them. There are countless skills that can be picked up online. And having virtual classes eliminates many barriers that physical classes struggle to overcome including affordability, accessibility and the limitations of our time-space existence.

Improv College is run by Vinny François, co-creator of can-i-get-a.com, co-founder of the Montreal Improv Theatre, founder of Camp Zipzap (a improv camp for adults), and a longtime teacher, performer and director.

Weekly Drop-In Jams

Every Saturday we host TWO open jams. No registration, no cost, no commitment.

One at 11am GMT and again at 2pm Eastern.

Just click here to join!

YouTube Channel

Every other Friday night a group of improvisors from across North America and beyond play together using virtual backdrops. And all of our House Teams have regular shows every other week as well. Subscribe and check us out!

YouTube.com/ImprovCollege

Got questions?

Email us any time!

contact@improvcollege.ca

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Improv College operates out of the unceded, traditional territory of Kanien’kehá:ka. The island called "Montreal" is known as Tiohtiá:ke in the Kanien’kehá:ka language, and has always been a meeting place for many Indigenous peoples. As artists working to reflect the world around us, we believe it is crucial to explore our colonial past and acknowledge its ongoing legacy in our present day.

We urge everyone to learn more about the history of these territories and to support Indigenous initiatives across Turtle Island and beyond. As a starting point, we encourage our audience to review the Calls for Justice from the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls Inquiry addressed to all Canadians.