Improv for Individuals
*Being funny is not a requirement, and no previous experience needed.
The Improv Playground.
5 Saturdays of Fun.
February 3 - March 2nd
1901 Washington Ave
Limited to 12 spots
Ever wish you could fast-forward to the fun part of life? Well, consider your wish granted! Welcome to "The Improv Playground: 5 Saturdays of Fun" – the place where laughter takes the lead and spontaneity reigns supreme.
Dive into the hilarious world of improv, no experience needed—just bring your enthusiasm and get ready to laugh, play, and discover your inner improv superstar.
What to Expect:
Playful Games: Think of it like adult recess—interactive games that'll have you laughing in no time.
No Scripts: We're tossing out the scripts and making it up as we go. It's like magic, but with more giggles.
Spontaneity: Learn the art of saying "Yes, and..." and watch your creativity skyrocket.
Team Fun: Join a community of fellow fun-seekers as we navigate improv challenges together.
Zero Pressure: No performances, no audience—just five Saturdays of stress-free fun!
What else are you going do to blow away the gloomy days of February
Surprise Yourself: You'll be amazed at what unfolds when you let loose and go with the flow.
Ready to break free from the ordinary? Join "Improv Playground" and let the good times roll.
weekly Laugh break.
Tuesdays, 3-4pm ET
Virtual on Zoom
Limited to 10 people
Get a random infusion of fun in your week. Every week we offer one drop in Improv class for anyone who needs it. Maybe you've never tried Improv and are curious, or you want to stay fresh and keep practicing—either way, it's going to be a good time.
Each week our drop-in workshop includes:
Being led through different warm ups and exercises
Loosening up your brain
Practicing getting comfortable speaking up
Gentle coaching to help you get out of your head
Laughing, feeling supported and refreshed. (And more laughing.)
Class size varies and content is adjusted based on attendance.
Come open & curious. Being funny is not a requirement.
No previous experience needed.
Everyone present must participate—no observers.