Adult Improvisation with Mick Laugs
Mondays through April 10
Experience the power of play, and the fun of improvisational comedy in a fun and safe environment with MTC’s improv class. This class is an introduction for anyone to learn the fundamentals of improvisation; the basic tools, rules, and philosophy through games, drills, and simple scenes. No experience necessary - the only prerequisite is a desire to have fun!
Mondays, April 17 - May 22
Experience the power of play, and the creativity of improvisational theatre in a safe and fun environment with MTC’s improv class. Improv skills are both stage and life skills. Whatever your experience, background, or training, everyone can benefit from studying improv games, drills, and scene work. Join us in this class to further hone your skills, flexibility and confidence.
Playwrighting Intensives with Lauren Gunderson
Session A – Protagonists: Creating an Iconic Character
February 12 (10am – 3pm)
Session B – Dialogue: Make Your Play Sing!
March 26 (10am – 3pm)
Session C – Structure: The Architecture of Storytelling
April 23 (10am – 3pm)
Theatre for Social Change
Mondays, March 6 – April 3 (5 weeks)
Instructor: Courtney Helen Grile
Performance can serve as a potent instrument of social oppression or social change. Join us as we explore methods in which theatre can be used as a tool for social change, social justice, and civic engagement. This class will introduce Augusto Boal and his practice of Theatre of the Oppressed as the basis of the theatre for social change movement globally.