Improv Classes

“More than any other improv teacher I’ve ever had, Mark created an environment for improvisation that is pure joy and play. And while I have taken classes from other teachers, none of them ever created a magic circle that lived up to the standard set by him.” –Yotam Gingold, actor

“Thank you for freeing me from invention onstage in favour of discovery, for challenging me to avoid going to a place of comfort (since that’s where discovery ends), and for showing me that simplicity is sometimes the most satisfying thing for a performer and an audience.” –Tara Sampson, actor

Improv I: Basics

8 weeks, 3 hours/week, $325
Teacher: Mark Grenier

This class introduces students to the fundamentals of improvisation. Through exercises and games, students will learn the basic skills of improv and have fun developing their spontaneity, playfulness, imagination, and confidence. Improv is an essential skill for any actor, and it’s a useful one for life, as well. No experience necessary.

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Sunday, January 21, 2018 Sold Out
Instructor: Mark Grenier
Sundays, 2:30pm - 5:30pm, 8 Weeks, $325

Sunday, April 15, 2018
Instructor: Mark Grenier
Sundays, 2:30pm - 5:30pm, 8 Weeks - no class on 5/27, $325

Thursday, July 5, 2018
Instructor: Mark Grenier
Thursdays, 6:30pm-9:30pm, 8 Weeks, $325

Improv II: Intro to Long Form

8 weeks, 3 hours/week, $325
Teacher: Mark Grenier

This class introduces students to the basic principles and most popular structures of long-form improvisation, including The Montage, Time Dash, Monoscene, and The Harold. In addition to developing storytelling skills through these long-form structures, students will learn more advanced techniques for improv scene-work, expand their character range, and increase their confidence and playfulness as performers. Pre-requisite: Improv I or similar experience.

Improv II: Long Form WorkshopDates TBA


Improv: Drop in Classes

1 Class, 3 hours, $35
Teacher: Mark Grenier

Our drop in classes are for students who have taken Improv I or similar experience and want to continue playing and learning new skills. It’s a great tune up session and opportunity to meet other improv students.