APPLICATION DEADLINE: Two weeks before the commencement of the class you are applying for.
First, you fill out this form and submit it.
We will look at the applications and will meet with promising applicants in-person for an informal interview to see if they'd be a good fit. You will also be offered a complimentary ticket to our flagship show, Harold Night. Once we get a chance to meet with the applicants, we will make a decision about whether to offer a scholarship based on the following criteria:
- The candidate would contribute to community diversity in terms of race, ethnicity, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, socioeconomic status, etc.
- The candidate exhibits a genuine interest in comedy and/or improv performance, even if they have no prior experience
- The candidate seems likely to work well in groups
- The candidate seems like a generally interesting, fun person who would help make the Improv Conspiracy community even more awesome and inclusive than it currently is
Please note that we receive many applications and applying does not guarantee that you will be selected to meet with us in-person. And meeting with us in-person does not guarantee that you will be accepted into the program.
If you are unsuccessful in your first application you may apply again ONCE more during the year in which you applied. Applications will reset at the start of each new year.
Our scholarship program is not explicitly need-based, and we will not ask you financial questions. However, we ask that applicants consider their own financial situation when deciding to submit, so that the scholarship can be given to those who might not otherwise be able to benefit from our classes without it.
If you have any questions or need any assistance with the process please contact Diversity & Inclusion Co-Ordinator, Tiana Hogben at firstname.lastname@example.org
IMPORTANT ACCESSIBILITY NOTICE: The Improv Conspiracy Training Centre and Theatre regretfully acknowledges the physical accessibility limitations of our current facilities. Our venue is unfortunately NOT wheelchair-accessible. It is up a flight of stairs from street level, with additional stairs separating the main venue from the toilet facilities. We hope to improve on this in the future.