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Improvisational Theatre

Improvisational Theatre 15, 25, and 35 are courses designed to develop skills related to storytelling and performing. Whether it’s completing warm-ups as a class, playing games, or performing scenes, Improvisational Theatre is all about building ensemble and developing comfort on stage in a supportive environment. Students will perform a number of scenes and shows in both class settings as well as for the general public.


Course Pathways


Course Descriptors

Improvisational Theatre 15

provides students with opportunities to engage, collaborate, and gain multiple perspectives through participation in a variety of improv settings. Students will learn warms-ups, games, and scene types to help them grow as improvisers.

Improvisational Theatre 25

Provides students with opportunities to engage, collaborate, and gain multiple perspectives through participation in a variety of improv settings. Continuation of Improv Theatre 15.

Improvisational Theatre 35

provides students with opportunities to engage, collaborate, and gain multiple perspectives through participation in a variety of improv settings. Continuation of Improvisational Theatre 25.