Minimum people: 8; Maximum: 20
You must register to attend.
The Improv/Game Workshop draws heavily from the book Improvisation for the Theatre by Viola Spolin and Neva L. Boyd. Everybody can use more fun and laughter in their lives, even us Christians. Maureen Kelly brings 30+ years of teaching improvisation to this workshop, relying upon the concept of “play.” Workshop participants are referred to as ”Players.” They are encouraged to work with each other in ensemble and to be keenly aware of their fellow players and working in the moment at hand. This allows each person to develop and enhance listening skills, unharness their innate spontaneity and wit, and increase attention to the details of their surrounding environment and for those with whom they share that environment. There also can be quite a bit of laughter, which is never discouraged.
About Maureen Kelly, AEA, WGA, SAG-AFTRA
Maureen Kelly has worked with The Second City Improvisational Theatre in Chicago and performed/created eight reviews on the Mainstage and E.T.C. stages. She is a co-founder of the E.T.C. theatre. She has also worked as an actor and screenwriter in Hollywood, and has collaborated with producer Lawrence Mark, Diane Keaton, Robin Williams, Drew Carey, and many others. She loves teaching theatre games (improvisation) to people from all walks of life. Her improv classes are great for helping adults access their creative sides and have fun at the same time.