San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Improvisation for Youth Summer Camp!
Ages 12 - 14
August 14 - 18, 2017
Monday - Friday: 9am - 4pm
Fee: Register prior to May 15 - $265 plus GST and registration fee
Register after May 14 - $300 plus GST and registration fee
Students will spend one week learning the fundamentals of impro at the world renowned Loose Moose Theatre. Lessons will focus on positivity and teamwork while students learn strategies to think on their feet. A week's worth of fun and training will come together in an exciting performance for friends and family to attend.
Improvisation is a skill that requires listening, honesty and teamwork. Practicing impro skills forces individuals to put others before themselves, and acquire an acute awareness of their surroundings. With no script, improvisers rely on their ability to listen, adapt and create in order engage the audience through storytelling. Practicing improvisation betters communication skills and teaches students how listen carefully and share the spotlight.
About the Instructor
A Calgary based improviser/instructor, Anyssa McKee has been training, performing, and teaching at Loose Moose Theatre for over six years. In 2015, Anyssa lived in New York City where she studied at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre, completing the improv and sketch comedy curriculum. Anyssa isn't improvising or teaching, she's completing her creative writing degree in English at the University of Calgary.
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Loose Moose Theatre Company
The Loose Moose Theatre Company, which was formed in 1977, has an international reputation for innovation and excellence in improvisational theatre. Techniques for training and presenting improvisation which have been created by co-founder and former Artistic Director Keith Johnstone, and developed at Loose Moose are currently used worldwide. The Loose Moose also acts as a training centre for individuals interested in improvisational theatre, and we are very proud of our many alumni that are now working in the areas of film, television, and stage.