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Improv for Youth

Sunday, September 18, 2016 - Sunday, November 20, 2016
Ages 8-13 · Co-Ed
The Little Theatre of Alexandria 600 Wolfe Street AlexandriaVA  22314
Sunday, September 18, 2016 - Sunday, November 20, 2016
Ages 8-13 · Co-Ed
The Little Theatre of Alexandria 600 Wolfe Street AlexandriaVA  22314

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Improv for Youth

Sep 18 - Nov 20 (Sunday)

2:00 PM - 4:30 PM

Ages 8-13

The Little Theatre of Alexandria

Starting at

$230.00

Meeting Dates

From Sep 18, 2016 to Nov 20, 2016

Each Sunday from 02:00 PM to 04:30 PM

About This Activity

NO CLASS ON OCT. 9 AND OCT 23. This class is designed for 3rd-8th grade students. Students will learn the art of Improvisation through games, activities and non-scripted scenes. The fundamentals and the basic rules of improv will be explored. The benefits of improvisation include: no lines to learn, no counting lines to see who has the most, and you will learn some great games and activities that you can share with family and friends. Best of all you will have a great time. Students will learn some great games that have been seen on such tv shows as Whose Line Is It Anyway. They will get a chance to perform at the conclusion of class for family and friends. INSTRUCTOR JOHN WALDRON received his BFA in theatre from Virginia Commonwealth University. As an actor, director, and instructor, he has been working in the region for over 20 years. He has directed shows at Aldersgate and MVCCT. John can be seen in the motion picture 'Talk To Me' starring Don Cheadle and was featured on Investigative Discovery show 'Who The Bleep!'. John is a member of the improvisation group, The Stagecoach Bandits.

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  • The Little Theatre of Alexandria

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