Develop a foundation in the fundamentals of improvisation. Students are introduced to the basics of improv through short- and long-form improv exercises specializing in relationship, emotion, character, object work, and game, all within a friendly atmosphere.
This is the ideal environment to work on improving your public speaking, storytelling & listening skills and, if applicable, developing skills for auditioning and enhanced teamwork. You may also even conquer your fears, learn to be more creative and become more spontaneous. No prior experience is necessary.
FOR SPRING QUARTER 2020: In order to accommodate our students and continue to provide an enriched learning experience during the COVID-19 mandate, we have adapted this course to be taught remotely via Zoom for the scheduled class meeting times.
Questions? Email the Program Manager, Natalie Johnson, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Course Number: THEA-40029
Credit: 2.00 unit(s)