Alex has been improvising since 2018 and served on the On the Fly Committee in 2019.
She's the director of Adelaide's leading all-women improv troupe, Alex and the Babes, and has featured in improv shows House of the Bogan, Maestro, Theatresports, Sink or Swim, Quest Time!, Campfire Improv, Battle Royale, A Total Cop Out! and TOD Talks.
Alex loves exploring the intersection of improv with other artforms, particularly writing and music, and fostering more creativity in everyday life.
Elja has been improvising for 10 years and is a seasoned performer at the Adelaide Fringe Festival and Melbourne International Comedy Festival with shows such as ‘Unplotted Potter’ and ‘Vicarious Cabaret’.
She is a founding member of improv troupe Scriptease and particularly enjoys long-form format, experimenting with dramatic performance, and musical improv.
Kendra started improvising in 2012 and since then has performed in shows such as Unplotted Potter, Quest Time, Origin Story, Rope Takes, Upstairs Downton and more.
She loves improvised theatre as she enjoys all the benefits of being on stage with a fraction of the rehearsal time.
Kendra served as secretary for the On The Fly committee from 2019 - 2022 and has been teaching on and off for the past four years.
Kirsty is a qualified school Drama teacher and over the past 10 years has taught improvisation and acting to over 1,000 students aged 4 - 74.
After graduating from Flinders University with a major in Drama in 2013, Kirsty quickly discovered the joys of improvisation with On the Fly. Since then, improv has gradually taken hold of her life and she's been a regular performer, teacher, producer and committee member in On the Fly as well as many other Adelaide improvisation troupes and shows. Kirsty is the current Artistic Director of On the Fly Impro, and has been serving on the On the Fly Committee since 2015 in the roles of Artistic Director, Co-Artistic Director and Venue Liaison.
Kirsty has performed in countless improvised performances, immersive theatre shows, scripted theatre, and short films, including shows in the Adelaide Fringe Festival, Melbourne International Comedy Festival and Edinburgh Fringe Festival. She has represented South Australia at the Theatresports National Championships in Sydney, and taught corporate improvisation workshops for organisations such as Google, the Australian Cycling Team, and Adelaide University.
Kirsty's goal is to help as many people as possible to discover the confidence, fun and creativity of improvisation.