Intro to Improv Part 1

Learn the basics of improv in a fun, safe, and low-pressure environment. This is Part 1 of a two-part introduction course – each part is four weeks long.

ONLINE CLASS – READ ME:

  • Registration closes 24 hours before the class starts.
  • Zoom login details will be sent to the email you register with 24 hours in advance. Please use an email you check often. 
  • Tech requirements for the class are listed below. Please ensure you have access to what you need to participate successfully.

This class is for adults ages 18 and up.

Do you have accommodation needs? Please contact us in advance so we can support your participation.

Future Dates TBA! To be notified when new classes are added, contact Andy!

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Description

Maybe you’ve heard the amazing ways improv helps with creativity and communication. Or maybe you’ve seen a show and thought: “I want to do that one day!” Either way, Intro to Improv is the place to start!

Learn the basics of improv in a fun, safe, and low-pressure environment, taught by one of the fantastic Kinkonauts instructors.

This is Part 1 of a two-part introduction course – each part is four weeks long. It is offered multiple times throughout the year.

Upcoming dates:

  • Tuesday September 8, 15, 22, 29 from 7pm to 8:30pm Mountain Time

Tech Requirements

  • We use Zoom for these classes. Please sign up for your Zoom account and familiarize yourself the application before the start of the class.
  • You will need a stable Wi-Fi connection and a device that supports audio/video. Laptops are highly recommended as they will provide you with full display functions. A smartphone or tablet will work, but will provide less functionality.
  • It is highly recommended that you find a quiet space with minimal background noise. Headphones are also recommended.

If you are in the Calgary area, you can book a meeting room and access free Wi-Fi at the Calgary Public Library. If borrowing one of their laptops, you will likely need to access Zoom through its web interface.