Learn valuable skills through play and performing in a safe environment!

Improv – Improvisation for Life, Work, and Entertainment

Benefits:

In a safe, playful, and stimulating environment, develop the powerful communication and performing skills that have propelled famous actors like Stephen Colbert, Tina Fey, Amy Poehler, and Bill Murray, “Whose Line is it Anyway”.. Improv is also taught at famous universities like Stanford and Harvard and is increasingly used in business.

Skills developed through improvisation include:

building trust, teamwork, risk taking, courage, effective communication, emotional intelligence, self expression/discovery, active listening, playfulness, performing on the spot

Who benefits?

Everyone including business leaders, teachers, performers/actors, lawyers, students, parents, professionals

Facilitator/Coach:

Richard Hogeboom (Stanford PhD) has trained and performed with some of the greats of improv including David Razowsky, Mark Beltzman, Rick Andrews, Shannon Winpenny, as well as the Applied Improvisation Network (AIN) in Paris, Amsterdam, and the Alan Alda Communication School in New York. Richard has also been an entrepreneur, teacher, professor, and charter school principal