Theatre games and improvisation provide a basis for learning new theatre skills for young actors. Improv is a tool that all actors can use to
Theatre games and improvisation provide a basis for learning new theatre skills for young actors. Improv is a tool that all actors can use to develop character choices, creativity, spontaneity and quick thinking. Studying this art form will encourage expressiveness, creativity, listening-skills all actors need. At the same time, it also develops social skills and builds confidence for the stage and life.
Note: Following the current CDC recommendation, students and instructors should wear a mask based on personal preference, informed by personal level of risk. Class size will be limited for social distancing. We continue to show vigilance in cleaning and sanitizing our facilities
Instructor: Melanie Terrazas
Tuition: $112 (Register by September 12 for 10% tuition discount for non members and a 25% discount for members.)