we learn to lift each other up,
grow together, and become
better human beings
in a really fun(ny) way!
Listening and adding on
to each other
in an environment where
there are no mistakes!
We want YOU to be YOU!
We play fast paced games like you've seen on "Whose line is it anyway"
A more artistic form of improv.
It's like a one scene play based on audience suggestions
You can come join us
and learn Improv!
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There is a strong connection between Improv skills development.
"Fall, then figure out what to do on the way down."
--- Del Close
"The truth is you can acquire any quality you want by acting as though you already have it."
--- Joseph Murphy
You know how sports teach kids teamwork and how to be strong and brave and confident? Improv was my sport. I learned how to not waffle and how to hold a conversation, how to take risks and actually be excited to fail.
--- Emma Stone
Not sure what to put here so I’ll just start writing. It’s what we do in improv. We just start a scene not knowing where it will take us. So here goes... I was on a journey of trying to figure out “What’s next?” in my life. I wanted to know my purpose beyond the basics of life. At the same time I was taking classes from Improv Cincinnati with my son Luke. We soon discovered that all of the skills we were learning also made us better human beings. We also wanted more community near home, something bigger than ourselves that we could belong to. So not really knowing how we would do it, or where we would do it, we decided it couldn’t hurt to try and create our own group. After all, nothing ever happens until someone takes action right?
So we have begun this journey not knowing where it will take us. But we are open to new ideas and beginnings as we go along. We are going to “Yes and...” life and see how this art form changes us, and how we can change the worlds around us with it. I can see the world being a better place when I imagine people who actually listen to each other rather than waiting for their turn to talk. Or when I think of people building things together, and not from their own agenda. Especially when I see people truly caring about each other, and trying to understand instead of drive their perspective. Our world needs these skills more than ever now. Plus... it’s a ton of fun to do. If you want to play, we have a good playground. I think you’ll be surprised what you get out of it.
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