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  • Short-Form Improv I (April-June)
    Short-Form Improv I (April-June)
    Tue, Apr 16
    Apr 16, 2024, 6:30 PM – Jun 04, 2024, 8:30 PM
    Apr 16, 2024, 6:30 PM – Jun 04, 2024, 8:30 PM
    This course will strengthen your listening and collaboration abilities in a supportive and challenging environment. Prerequisite: Intro to Improv or an equivalent experience from another organization is required. (Age 18+)
  • Intro to Improv (April-June)
    Intro to Improv (April-June)
    Tue, Apr 16
    Apr 16, 2024, 6:30 PM – Jun 04, 2024, 8:30 PM
    Apr 16, 2024, 6:30 PM – Jun 04, 2024, 8:30 PM
    You'll learn the rules of improv along with fundamental principles. You'll walk away with skills to build strong characters and create interesting scenes without a script. No experience is necessary, just a willingness to embrace the unexpected and let your imagination come through. (Age 18+)

Improv Class FAQ

Do I need to be funny? 

  • Not at all! Improv is about listening and building off ideas collaboratively, not cracking jokes. Be curious and supportive, and the humor will come naturally.

I'm shy, will I be okay? 

  • Absolutely! Improv Incubator builds a safe space to step outside your comfort zone. The supportive environment encourages everyone to participate and grow.

Will I perform onstage? 

  • Our Intro to Improv class does not have a showcase. The focus is on the learning experience and enjoying the process. Our more advanced classes do offer a performance opportunity.

Do I need any experience to take this class? 

  • Our Intro to Improv class is open to anyone. However, our more advanced classes require completion of our Intro to Improv class (or equivalent from another organization) as a prerequisite. This ensures everyone has a solid foundation in the basics and can dive into more advanced concepts with confidence.

Can I retake a class I've already taken? 

  • We encourage you to! Our doors are always open for you to revisit familiar improv exercises and refine your skills. While the core concepts might be the same, each class session brings its own unique experience. You'll encounter new classmates and fresh perspectives making each experience different and valuable.

What should I wear? 

  • Comfort and safety are key. Wear footwear that fully protects your toes. Consider clothing that allows you to move freely.

Do I need anything special? 

  • No props or costumes are necessary. Just bring your creativity and willingness to participate.

What if I miss a class? 

  • We understand that unexpected things come up. If you know you’ll miss more than 25% of the classes, we would encourage you to look at a different class. 

Alcohol and other substances

  • We believe in creating a safe and supportive environment for everyone. Our policy is: if you shouldn't drive a car, you shouldn't do improv. This includes coming to class under the influence of alcohol or other substances. We want everyone to focus on having fun and learning, not dealing with impairment.

What happens if the weather is bad? 

  • If we need to cancel a class due to severe weather, we will promptly notify you and reschedule the session for another day. 

What if the class doesn't have enough people? 

  • Sometimes classes don't meet minimum enrollment requirements. If this happens, we will notify you and offer you a refund or the option to transfer to another class with openings. 

What if I need to cancel my enrollment? 

  • We understand that plans can change. If you need to cancel your enrollment before one week of the start date, you have the following options:

  1. Receive a full refund minus processing and service fees.

  2. Roll your enrollment into another class that we offer.

  3. Support aspiring improvisers by donating your class fee to our scholarship fund.

  • If you cancel within one week of the start date, we will provide a 50% refund.

  • If you need to cancel after class has started, we will consider each case individually and work to find a fair solution.

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