While registrations have filled up in a matter of days, we encourage you to join the waiting list should places become available by clicking the registration button.


We have set aside a limited number of subsidized spots to help create equitable access for the international impro community and for a mentorship program.

If you would like to apply for a subsidized place in the workshop, please EMAIL US. describing your situation.


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Frequently Asked Questions

If there’s anything else you need to know, check the frequently asked questions.

If you can’t find help here, drop us a note and we’llĀ  help. ALSO, if there are useful bits of information that you think would help others, let us know and we will add them to the list.

My English is not very strong. Will this be a problem?

While the course will primarily be given in English, emotional and body expression will be given a great deal of the focus.

Partner work and some group work will be conducted in your own language as well.

Teaching style can accommodate much of language concerns. Some translation support is likely available from fellow participants in several languages. In addition, Steve, speaks reasonable versions of French, Spanish and German.

This being said, a minimum understanding of English is needed. Please contact us directly before registering if you have more questions concerning language.

Will there be time for social/leisure activities during the course?


There will be downtime each day and possibly a half day off with an organized trip or event, or a walk in the countryside.

The facility has a gathering and games room as well as an outdoor fire-pit.

We encourage all participants to monitor their energy levels and work and rest at a comfortable pace.

Can I come late or leave early to the workshops?

We highly discourage this but are open to considering individual circumstances.

Can I stay extra days at the facilities?
How should I dress?

What to Bring

The Stuttgart area is generally mild in March but warm and waterproof clothing options are recommended should there be rain. Bring comfortable shoes if you would like to enjoy a hike or more physical experience.

Comfortable rehearsal clothes of course will make your in-class experience much nicer.

With performance opportunities, bring clothes that you are comfortable wearing on stage.