About this course:
This class incorporates scenework, movement-based and group exercises to explore the primary fundamentals of improvisation, making you more confident, trusting and graceful on stage. Learn how to say “yes, and…,” make positive choices, initiate and commit to scenes, heighten, use tag-outs and walk-ons, and deliver real-life monologues.
The PIT’s Introduction to Improv class emphasizes creating a rich environment for your scenes, committing to your decisions and your scene partner and beginning with the body as inspiration. There will be a final graduation performance at the PIT for friends, family, and others.
About your instructor:
Juliet Kaplan is a teaching artist passionate about collaboration and human connection. She has been a member of the Transactors Improv Company since 2014, the longest running improv company in the South. She performs regularly with the Transactors in both their evening-length improvised shows and their family shows geared towards younger audiences. She has taught improv to a variety of ages, and also facilitates Applied Improv workshops for businesses and teams looking to improve teamwork, leadership, problem-solving, creativity, and communication. She is a co-founder of the Curious Theatre Collective, who write and perform plays based on the true stories of remarkable women. She is also an award-winning composer, and has created work with a variety of wonderful artists including choreographers, playwrights/directors, multimedia artists, and musicians.
GRAD SHOW DATE: March 15, 6:30