To Improv is Human

Live. Breathe. Be a human. We improvise every day of our lives (or so the saying goes), yet you get on stage and you are robotic, stiff, wooden, and inhuman. We will breathe some life back into your scenes, characters, dialogue, and interactions. We'll laugh, cry, give each other a hard time, pick ourselves up when we're down, and just be humans. Participants will work on engaging each other in scenes, and finding their natural acting imputes that are common to all elements of the craft.

Student Cap:

2 hours
16 students
Chris George

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