Steve Kimmens has been improvising for over 18 years, learning, performing and teaching in the UK, US, New Zealand and Australia.
He was one of the founding members of the Oxford Imps in 2003 and has performed and directed improv shows at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, the Sydney Fringe, the Sydney Comedy Festival, the Melbourne Fringe and the Adelaide Comedy Festival. Steve was a finalist in the 2011 and 2012 Cranston Cups, performed in Full Body Contact No Love Tennis, three Impro Melbourne 52 hour soap operas and was part of the cast for ITS A Streetcar Named Hot Tin Menagerie in 2018 and 2019.
Steve trained at iO (Improv Olympic) in Chicago in 2006. He has taken workshops and classes with teachers from different improv disciplines, including Keith Johnstone, Shawn Kinley, Rebecca Stockley, Lyndsay Hailey, Bill Arnett, Colleen Smith, Joe Bill, Rama Nicholas and Patti Stiles.
Outside of improv, Steve is a corporate facilitator and organisational change management consultant. He applies the principles of improv to the corporate world to help teams build an inclusive environment and overcome challenges.