Online Improv Classes and Workshops
We currently offer virtual / online classes available to anyone in the world, wherever you are, hosted live from Las Vegas, NV in a Zoom Meeting. Are you not necessarily a performer, or are you new to improvisation? Our current online improv classes have been completely redesigned to take advantage of fun online capabilities that weren't available to us a year ago.
They still have their roots in improv comedy, but we focus a little less on the scene work and a little more on personal growth and development. Read on to find out how our improv classes can benefit literally anyone, even if you're not an improviser! Our instructors love beginners and have a knack for tailoring each class to a wide variety of students.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Benefits of Taking an Improv Class
Make new friends
One of the best things about any group class or workshop is the friendships made. This is even more true with improv since we are actively communicating, being open, and vulnerable together.
Gain communication skills
“The techniques of the theater are the techniques of communicating.” ~ Viola Spolin. We will forever work on the essential soft skills together that are so important in life.
Practice being present
In today’s world, and even more so with how much of our lives are spent online these days, it’s difficult to remain focused and present. Practicing focus and being present is essential.
Expand your adaptability
Our brains are overloaded with too much information, let alone our anxieties and worries. Once we are present, we also work on being flexible in the moment with what’s in front of us.
Learn to listen actively
How often do you listen just to respond? It is freeing to be given the opportunity to listen for listening’s sake. Plus, it’s a great gift to support someone by truly hearing what they have to say.
Remember how to play
As adults, we often lose the ability to simply play and have fun. But it can have so many benefits to our overall health. And science shows that adults benefit from finding time to play! Our intro classes get us back in the practice of playing right from the get go.
How Else Can Improv Help Me?
Improv for Business
Of course, this is one of our favorite areas to talk about since we firmly believe that every skill practiced in an improv workshop can level you up in many facets of the workplace. Gaining experience in creativity, storytelling, and other improv basics through theatre games makes you a better team member, leader, and of course, the fun one at the office party!
Boost Your Creative Writing
Whether you're a fan of sketch comedy, love to write fun blog posts on the weekend, or want to improve your character development for your next bestseller, taking an online class can help bust through all types of creative blocks. Sketch writing and improv skills often go hand in hand as they utilize many of the same principles and patterns.
Jumpstart Other Theater Endeavors
Maybe you're an actor who needs to be more in the moment. Or perhaps your character monologues need to be less monotone. Improv training can help, and a good instructor can help you wherever you are in your journey!
Fans of comedy may find their way into improv games and exercises hoping to sharpen their timing and expand their knowledge. While we may not offer a traditional comedy class and won't go over the structure of jokes (though sketch comedy writing overlaps quite a bit!), we always work on the skills and ideas that allow the funny to happen naturally.
Or, if you're like us and aren't leaving your improv bubble, there is always more to learn. Fans of longform improvisation may enjoy some of the short form games we play. If you want to perform better improv scenes, take our course on character creation, emotion, or any of the other advanced improv classes that come up in the future.
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