All classes are $10 per session. Most of these classes are booked in advance and sell out, so RSVPing is recommended to guarantee your spot.
To reserve a spot, confirm the drop in teacher, class eligibility, and any other inquiries email Ralph MacLeod at firstname.lastname@example.org
See what’s coming up by checking out our calendar of events
Beginner Drop Ins
Improv For Beginners
Prerequisite: 18+ – All experience levels welcome!
Come Prepared to Laugh! These classes are geared towards newer and beginning improvisers. The atmosphere is very positive and supportive and during most of the class, everyone is on their feet trying everything out together. There is no judgment, only support.
You will learn simple, yet powerful, concepts that will allow you to be more spontaneous, fun, and engaging. We work hard to overcome fear, self doubt, and judgement by replacing them with joy, confidence and the incredible power of being positive. The exercises we cover are fun scenes but are also applicable to your professional and personal lives.
Teachers: Amanda Parker, John Richardson, Moniquea Marion, Cassie Barradas, Steve Hobbs, and Oliver Georgiou
Intermediate Drop Ins
Prerequisite: Core II or equivalent from another school.
Not sure if you qualify? Email email@example.com to inquire about how you can get into these classes
Class limit: 12
Fridays 6:00pm – 7:30pm (3rd floor)
This drop in focuses on developing YOU the improviser within the context of the two-hander scene. Themes include the best ways to stay ‘in the moment’, agreement, showing not telling, heightening, initiations, and avoiding common traps and bad habits.
Teachers: Ralph MacLeod & Jordan Kennedy
Performance Opportunity: That Friday Show follows this drop in at 8pm! Class participants, and others, are encouraged to perform a scene in that show with an experienced improviser. Come down and put your name in the bucket.
Sundays 5:00pm – 6:30pm (3rd floor) – starting July 22nd
The Directed Play drop in is focused on techniques required to make longer pieces of theatre, in particular, one act plays.
Teachers: Ralph MacLeod
Performance Opportunity: A Night at the Improv. Students are encouraged to perform in that show with an experienced improviser. Space is limited.