Welcome to Moment Improv Online!
This is an entry-level drop in improv course open to everyone, accomplished improvisers and beginners alike!
No prior experience necessary! This is Moment's FREE one hour mental health break! Great for anyone that is craving human connection and wants to try a taste of improv online. Find connection and play games with people from all over in a safe and facilitated environment. Join us for some fun as we "bookend" your week with improv fun online!
Although this is a 100% FREE class, if you are able and wish to contribute a donation to this small businss theatre company, there is a donation ticket available below. Thanks for any help you feel you can provide.
*** PLEASE NOTE: Because this is Moment Improv's publicly free offerings, We ask that you share the love by giving others the opportunity to partake. Meaning, please only sign up for one class at a time. New people should take priority. If you have taken this class before and there are slots still available an hour before class begins, then by all means, sign up again. Let's not make this an online "toilet paper situation". Thank you for honoring our request. =)
So what is improv?
Improv is like when you were a kid during recess and you played make-believe adventures with your friends. Improv classes help you remember how to do that again.
So why improv online?
Humans are social creatures. In under a 3-week timespan we all went from a place of connection, to a place of isolation. Many of us may feel trapped in our homes, we may feel lonely, we may be craving that artistic release that was taken from us so quickly. We are doing online improv classes because now, more than ever it feels, the world needs to feel connected. Even before the Covid-19 action happened, improv has brought connection to people. Improv can still provide connection and that much needed artistic space to create. Get lost in the moment with us online, make new friends, and let your imagination lead the way!
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