Stagecrafters Offers Improv Classes
For homeschoolers, to schedule an improv workshop during the day or after school–contact Lesley Braden-Phillips at 248-541-1348.
1000 Hats is a metaphor for the many characters, roles and personalities a student of improvisation plays. One moment you’re a baker challenged with making a dozen cookies on the moon without an oven and the next you’re a policeman who sings songs to offenders rather than making arrests. It’s all about thinking quickly on your feet!
Through games, activities and performances, improvisers explore and assume many roles and have the opportunity to (figuratively) wear many hats.
Beginner Youth Improvisation Program
Learn the basic principles of improve through warm-ups, games and group activities with a group performance at the end of the program. The instructor is a trained professional with more than a decade of experience teaching the art of improvisation. Classes are for all personalities: the outgoing youth will learn structured outlets for their energy and the shy youth will build confidence.
Classes are structured according to age (ages 8-17)
Basic and intermediate classes are available.
For more information please contact Lesley Braden-Phillips, Stagecrafters Development Director, at (248) 541-1348 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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