This introductory improv class will hone your skills in areas that are key to good improv and to living a positive, productive and playful life. Students will drill exercises that enrich listening (the words people say, the inflection, the body language), which leads to better acceptance (realizing the reality positively), and to a stronger appreciation for different values and points of view. After these exercises, students will practice scenes and enjoy each other’s’ creativity in a space that is only limited by people’s imagination.
Instructor: Julian Frid.
Class Starts July 23