Improv classes are integral for helping kids develop skills like self confidence, leadership and communication, public speaking, and team building. Students learn to use their imagination and creativity through fun improv games and exercises that teach building scenes and working together with other aspiring young performers in a non-competitive environment. Kids in all levels of acting and performing experience are encouraged to take improv classes.
Theatre games are about fun! The instructor will use theatre games and physical exercises to teach kids the basics of improvisation. Students will be encouraged to use their imaginations as they learn to create characters, build scenes and invent whole worlds without ever using a costume, prop or set piece. Students will also practice teamwork and listening skills to help them work as an ensemble and learn the discipline of performance.
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