Improv classes are not only fun, they also train you how to think on your feet, collaborate and really listen to others. Our classes are designed so that you can apply the skills of improv to the stage, and your daily life. Take a look at our current offerings below and sign up today!

Current Classes

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    Level One: Introduction to Improv

    $200.00

    Wednesdays from 6:30-9:30pm, April 12th-May 31st In Level One: Introduction to Improv, you’ll learn the fundamentals of improvised comedy in a fun, supportive setting!  We’ll teach you the basics of scene creation and collaborative creativity – in addition to some of the most popular improvised comedy games.

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    Level Two: Intermediate Improv

    $200.00

    Thursdays from 6:30-9:30pm, April 13th-June 1st In Level Two, you’ll build on the basics learned in Level One and dive into guessing games, non-conventional communication games and more.

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    Level Three: Advanced Scene Work

    $200.00

    Sundays from 6:30-9:30pm, April 9th-May 28th After learning the basics of improv comedy in our Level One and new skills in our Level Two class, it’s time to add some depth to your scene work. We will cover everything you need to know to make your scenes more compelling including story arc, cuts and edits, scene assists, and juggling multiple plotlines.

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    Level Four: Individualized Improv Work

    $200.00

    Tuesdays from 6:30-9:30pm, April 11th-May 30th Now that you have a good understanding of the basics of improv and have some classes under your belt, Level Four will ask you to assess your own improv strengths and weaknesses.  Each week, a brand new curriculum will be designed for one or more students that focuses on their own areas to improve as identified by themselves, their classmates, and their teacher.    

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    Level Six: Other Improv Schools and Philosophies

    $200.00

    Mondays from 6:30-9:30pm, April 10th-May 29th In this course, we will look at other philosophies and schools of thought in the larger improv world.

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