Improvisation is an actor’s life-long tool, and the best part is, you’re only doing it right if you’re having fun!
For current 6th – 8th* graders
- Time: Tuesdays, 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
- Dates: April 26 – May 17
- Rates: $140
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A great introduction for the beginner and a deeper exploration for those with some experience, this class will focus on listening, practicing to be a leader and a follower, liberating the imagination, responding spontaneously, physical and vocal specificity and committing to choices. Students will create characters, environments and scenes; and they’ll learn how to apply their improvisational skills to developing a character for a play, as well as improvisational performance.
Parents will be invited to the last 30 minutes of the last class to see what their student has been working on!
While I and other Traveling Players auditioned for the school play, I could see the improvements that they made and skills that they learned. A bit of Traveling Players was in every audition they did. All of us scored fun and great roles in the school play and enjoyed acting on the stage (but it would have been even better if we were acting outdoors).