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.
Curtis started pursuing improv in 2011 after discovering a real passion for its many charms. Originally working full time in the IT industry, he made the switch to being a freelance improv teacher, actor and performer.
Curtis has been improvising since 2011 with Adelaide troupes such as Scriptease, Soap!, Quest Time and Improv Adelaide, and developed children's improv show Tales of Adventure. He has performed in local venues, Festival Theatre, Adelaide Fringe Festival and the Melbourne International Comedy Festival. Curtis is also former longstanding committee member for On the Fly Impro.
Long form improv is a particular favourite and he has an affinity for object work and physicality.
Dane McFarlane is the former Artistic Director of On The Fly Impro and a National Maestro champion.
Selected past credits with On The Fly include Sink or Swim, This Improvised Life, Campfire Improv, Theatresports, and Gorilla Theatre.
Dane has been a performer, writer and director for over 15 years. Other credits include productions with Melting Pot Theatre, Short + Sweet Festival, Phoenix Theatre, Merrigong Theatre Company, University of Wollongong and Adelaide Fringe.
Dane is passionate about helping people to overcome their fears and learn to be more comfortable on stage.
Eden Trebilco is an actor, improviser and producer. He is a Flinders University Drama Centre graduate and has been performing and producing professionally for the past fifteen years.
While primarily based in South Australia, Eden has toured shows around Australia and internationally, including four seasons in the Melbourne International Comedy Festival and two seasons in the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
In addition to his work as a practicing performing artist, Eden is also a qualified workshop instructor, having run workshops for the major South Australian universities, corporate institutions, and education centres. He is a co-founder of the critically acclaimed theatre troupe Changing Jennifers and also manages the Improv Adelaide collective.
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.
Exported to Australia from the snowy mountains of New Zealand in 2011, James Vinicombe has been a regular in the Adelaide improv scene since 2018- working his way through the On the Fly classes, as well as undertaking workshops and Adelaide Fringe Shows.
James brings his knowledge and 15 years of improv experience, including being a professional performer for the Christchurch Court Jesters. He is super excited to be teaching and experiencing the fun that comes from making up scenes!
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 an improviser, children's entertainer, MC and school Drama teacher who loves to help as many people as possible to discover the confidence, fun and creativity of improvisation.
For over 10 years, Kirsty has taught improvisation and acting to students aged 4 - 74, and performed everywhere from schools, libraries, and local theatres to Fringe and Comedy Festivals in Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney and Edinburgh.
Kirsty learnt improvisation at On the Fly Impro, and quickly became a regular performer, teacher, and producer with On the Fly as well as many other troupes and shows including Alex and the Babes (Haiku For You, She Shanties), Improv Adelaide (Space Quest, Improv Battle Royale), Emma Knights Productions (Tales of Adventure), Scriptease (UnPlotted Potter, Death Comes at the End), and Spoonerise This (Vicarious Cabaret).
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 served on the On the Fly Committee from 2015 - 2023 as Venue Liaison, Production Manager, Co-Artistic Director and Artistic Director.
Laura-Alice has been performing and teaching in the dramatic arts for over 10 years.
After leaving the shaky grounds of Christchurch, New Zealand in 2011, Laura-Alice was introduced to the delightful world of improvisation with On the Fly (OTF) in 2015. Since then, she has performed in various improv shows at the Adelaide Fringe festival and throughout the calendar year, and has taught classes through OTF- including Introduction to Improv and Short Form. She also served as Production Manager and Secretary for the On the Fly Committee from 2022-2023.
Laura-Alice loves teaching improvisation, and believes that the skills taught through improv games are so important; as having these can help build confidence, particularly with public speaking, and create a safe space where adults can reconnect with their creativity and fun.