Improv for KIDS with Taylor Zartman (Winter Session)
Class Date & Time:
March 21, 28; April 4, 11, 18, 25; May 2
Improv is theatre that is created together, in the moment. Through play and experimentation, students will learn to be present with each other--watching, listening, and trusting their partners as they collaborate. Whether they are in an acting studio, a classroom, a family room, or a Zoom room, building on these skills will help young improvers to:
grow creatively, trust artistic impulses, and take risks.
embrace supportive collaboration: “Make your partner look good.”
improve communication and listening skills, focusing on engaging fully with surroundings.
gain a strong improv foundation – a knowledge of various games and storytelling techniques.
be better performers and, consequently, better communicators
Pen/pencil, dedicated notebook
All students must certify that they are fully vaccinated, with the second dose being administered at least 14 days prior to the start of class.
March 18, 2022