WINTER 2022/2023

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: $140, with $15 registration fee


Go To Home Page | Faculty Bios| Class Location Info

About the Class

Time: 10:00-11:00am

Location: Simsmore Square
Dates: Jan 21, 28, Feb 4, 11, 18, March 4, 11, 18 (No class on Feb 25th)


Teaching Artist


Originally from the Atlanta area Christina holds a Bachelor of Arts in theatre from Georgia College. For the past 6 years Christina has worked at Florida Repertory Theatre as the Assistant Education Director in which she has directed, choreographed, and taught a multitude of musical theatre classes for all ages. Selected directing credits include The SpongeBob Musical, Matilda, School of Rock (Florida Premiere), Madagascar Jr (Florida Premiere), and Legally Blonde Jr (Junior Theatre Festival Cut-awarded Outstanding Production). Since moving to Connecticut this past June Christina has choreographed for Hartford Stage Education’s summer program, worked as a teaching artist for Playhouse on the Park, and currently is the Arts Education Collaboration Coordinator at Goodspeed Musicals.