Designed to teach students a form of theatre in which the actors (“players”) use improvisational acting techniques, called “games,” to create impromptu scenes and characters based on minimal suggestions. Confidence in self-expression builds from practicing these games.
Learn the differences between short and long form improv games and develop the quick thinking and improv technique that makes for a great performance. Much of the work is based on the same techniques the professionals use in Chicago’s famous Second City, L.A.’s The Groundlings, “Who’s Line Is It Anyway” and even our own local improv troupes like Impromedy.
Ages 7 to 17 years. Classes are kept small, so space is limited.