Free Drop-In Classes, starts May 28
- 3 SESSIONS OF 1.5 HOURS
- SUNDAYS MAY 21, 28, JUNE 4
- Noon to 1:30pm Eastern
- TEACHER: VINNY FRANCOIS
WHO IS THIS FOR?
- People who have never done improv before (especially for you!)
- For anyone with 8 hours or less of improv training
- If it's been a looooong time since your last improv class
An easy introduction to improv for those who have never done it before. Everything is done online from the convenience and safety of your own home (or anywhere else you want to be!). ZERO experience needed, in fact, that's even better!
Learn how to: say yes to ideas, listen carefully, and tell hilarious stories. Get out of your comfort zone, meet new people and have a laugh from start to finish, all with an experienced teacher who wants you to succeed.
TEACHER: VINNY FRANCOIS
Vinny Francois has nearly 25 years of experience as a professional improviser in both English and French and is an award-winning instructor, specializing in unscripted narratives. He is the director of Improv College and Camp Zipzap, a weekend improv camp for adults. He is currently a writer at The Beaverton, a Canadian satire site, living in Tio'tia:ke / Montreal.
“Vinny Francois is an amazing improviser and performer. So he is, of course, an excellent teacher of improv who gets across everything you should know in an easy and understandable way.” -- Kevin McDonald (Kids in the Hall)
Two scholarship spots are reserved in each class at Improv College for members of equity-seeking communities on a first-come, first-served basis. To claim a spot in this class, simply select the Equity option from the Registration drop-down menu. No application required.
MIDDLE- and LOW-INCOME REGISTRATION
To address the fact that different people have different purchasing power, several spots are reserved for students in Middle- and Low-Income situations. They may register at a lowered price. Simply select the Middle- and Low-Income option from the Registration drop-down menu.
Geometric shapes in shades of blue with the class details on them surrounding a picture of adults dressed in black, standing in a circle doing an acting exercise on a stage.