For six weeks, students have been exploring improvisational performance as a theatrical art form. They worked hard, and were encouraged to take risks in a supportive environment that fostered listening, creativity, fun, and acceptance. Now, you can come and watch them perform a mini-showcase, where they have the opportunity to show off their new skills.
The class was facilitated by James Sanguinetti, who has participated in improvisational comedy troupes and lead several classes and workshops.
Tickets are available only at the door, all seats are $5. Doors open at 7:15 PM and the showcase starts at 7:30 PM.