From Online to Onstage
So many improvisers said “yes, and” to staying home and safe during the pandemic by creating and participating in online platforms for shows, classes, and jams. Even though that meant continuing to train and work all of those improv muscles, it also means that a re-entry into in-person improvisation might feel intimidating and even a little scary. If you feel good or confident about the online play you did, but a little nervous or hesitant about how it will feel to return to in-person improv, this workshop is for you.
What People Are Saying:
There's a certain level of anxiety when taking an improv class. Amanda gets rid of the "fear of the unknown" with her Southern hospitality and charm. Come in nervous, leave with a great friend and coach. I can't wait to take a class with her in person.