Close Menu

Corporate Playshops

Work + MBI = Fun! Schedule one of our custom, innovative and effective playshops for your business or organization today. Our experienced improv trainers have worked with groups all over the United States teaching improv skills.

Monkey Business was the highlight of our staff holiday party. They provided our team with a unique and memorable entertainment experience that left a positive buzz in our workplace well after the party was over. We were all impressed by the high quality of their improv skills, and it was fun to have members of our team included in on the action. I would recommend Monkey Business as the entertainment for any group party or event, as they did a great job of making the evening extra special for our hard working team!

What is a playshop?

A playshop is like a workshop…but fun! It’s experiential training that emphasizes active listening, clear communication, and teamwork using improv theater as a framework. Our playshops have helped organizations become more creative, more mindful and more resilient.

So it’s a workshop. Why not just say so?

Well, with all the fun we have during these training sessions, we’re not sure if we’re even legally allowed to call them “workshops.” All kidding aside, we call our workshops playshops because they are seriously fun.

How can a playshop help my organization?

Active listening, clear communication, and teamwork are elements of improv that are essential to any organization. We help your group develop these skills in a supportive, collaborative and creative environment.

Learn more about our playshops or get started by filling out the form below. It goes straight to our head trainer and playshop designer, Brad Knight.

MM slash DD slash YYYY

Thank you so much for working with us, everyone had a fabulous time. Everyone had wonderful things to say about both Brad and Adam. They really loved Brad’s energy and they both got the crowd going and had everyone on their toes. It was a such a great competitive game. They all want to come see an improv show now.
Thanks again, it was a pleasure working with all of you.