2016 Spring Improv
Explore the Elements of Improv in our introductory course. You will learn some of the core fundamentals and principles of improv, focusing on various games and exercises that encourage trust, communication, agreement (“yes and”); active listening, character, status, and making your scene partner look good.
Through this class, students will achieve personal growth and self-confidence that will help them to excel in other areas. Improv is a great tool to enhance skills in working with others, problem solving, developing confidence, and a creative style.
|Age Guideline||beginners ages 10 and up, no experience required|
|Auditions||No audition required|
|Class Dates||Thursdays, Jan 7 – March 10 No Class March 3|
|Class Times||Beg: 5:30-6:30, Int: 6:30-7:30, Adv: 7:30 -8:30|
|Tech Rehearsal||March 17, Time: TBA|
|SHOWCASE||March 18, 7:00pm|
|Registration fee||$25.00 registration fee is due once you accept your placement in class.|
|Tuition||$125.00 due Jan 7, 2016|