FALL 2022

Description: This lively class will use improvisational exercises to teach students the importance of listening, saying YES, being present and using those skills to create characters and build worlds. Improvisational acting is based in comedy and we encourage silliness and fun! Improv has many benefits including bringing a sense of calm in dealing with the unknown, feelings of confidence and decreased sense of anxiety! This class is open to new students, but returning students are welcomed too!

Tuition: $160, with $15 registration fee

Need-based scholarships available! Apply here.

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About the Class

Time: 5:15-6:15pm

Location: 224 Ecospace
Dates: Sept 19, 26, Oct 3, 17, 24, Oct 31, Nov 7, 14 (No classes on Oct 10th)

Time: 5:15-6:15pm

Location: Simsmore Square
Dates: Sept 21, 28, Oct 5, 12, 19, 26, Nov 2, 9

Teaching Artists


Josh Karam is an Actor/Musician/Director with a BFA in Music Theater from The Hartt School. Theater Credits include: Soapy DAYS OF 98 SHOW, Cleon PERICLES, and Josh was part of Playhouse on Park’s SAY THINGS FUNNY. Josh also has an enormous love for Improv and has a Certification in Interactive and Immersive Theater Performance. Currently Josh is Assistant Directing the Robin Hood Faire in Harwinton, CT. Josh has found so much creative expression in fantasy and improv through the Renaissance Faire circuit. As children we always imagine ourselves as Knights fighting dragons, or Superhero’s saving the day. Our Improv ability is only limited by the bounds of our imaginations!