Looking for a fun way to teach your child skills like listening, collaboration, self expression, and honoring others’ ideas? The same principles that help improvisational theater actors perform together on stage can help people of all ages, especially children, interact with more kindness and openness to others – and themselves! In this class we’ll play games that teach the basics of improv like “Listen,” “Make your partner look good,” and “Yes, and…,” as well as storytelling skills and tips for confident body language. This class is recommended for children age 8-11. No theater experience is required. Let’s have fun!
Date: Saturday, December 12
Time: 9:00-11:00 a.m.
Location: Alameda Bay Farm Island (address shared after registration)
Register: Link here
For More Info: firstname.lastname@example.org
About the Teacher
Bridget Quigg is a graduate of Stanford University and long time improviser, comedian, storyteller, and musician. She’s a firm believer that improvisational theater principles can help everyone feel more confident and engage better with others. Bridget studied and performed improv during college then played with several troupes after graduating, including Seattle’s first all-female improv group, LipSchtick. She currently performs stand-up comedy in Seattle and has produced four, one-woman shows, all featuring her original music. Bridget works as a freelance writer and is currently writing her next show “Techlandia,” due out in February 2016.
From Students and Audience Members
“If you have a comedic bone in your body, you will laugh your (buns) off.” – Comedy audience member
“I have never written anything. I can’t believe how much I wrote today. I’m stunned and so glad.” – Writing class student
“Bridget’s shows make you want to tell your stories. They’re like therapy, but more entertaining.” – Comedy audience member