Improvisation for Collaborating, Creating & Connecting
with Theresa Robbins Dudeck
Improvisation is not just for actors! “Applied Improvisation” is a rapidly growing field of practice, which uses improvisation theatre techniques and theories applied to human development and training. Innovative organizations around the globe now hire impro-trained facilitators to teach their people to do offstage what successful improvisers do onstage: work collaboratively and spontaneously, respond to curveballs with agility, generate endless ideas, engage authentically with and effectively deliver stories to audiences, listen deeply, notice more, and inspire others. In this six-week class, participants will apply the techniques and theories of improvisational theatre to sharpen skills useful in collaborative creation and for building stronger connections with others.
January 30 – March 6, Saturdays (6 Classes)
Suggested Accompanying Classes: Acting I, Acting II, Monologue Intensive, The Art of Acting, Finding Your Light, Literally!
Theresa Robbins Dudeck
THERESA ROBBINS DUDECK teaches improvisation and applied improvisation all over the world in both academic and professional settings. She is a recent Fulbright Scholar, which took her to Brazil to teach and direct, and is considered one of the foremost...read more
Before each class, students will be sent an email with a link to login and any class-specific instructions.
Generally, students are encouraged to have a notepad & a pencil for note-taking.
Students are checked-in by name via the class roster, so no additional ticket or receipt is required!
Refunds and Exchange Policy
Artists Rep does not offer refunds for purchased classes.
Exchanges can be made on a case-by-case basis.
If Artists Rep cancels a class, the class will either be rescheduled or refunded.
The Actors Conservatory @ ART will award partial-tuition grants for Studio Program classes to qualified applicants. Please complete this application for consideration.