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June 11, 2024
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7:00 pm
9:00 pm

Discover the Magic of Improv!

Step into the exciting world of improv with our interactive workshop, “Discover the Magic of Improv.” This two-hour in-person experience is specially designed for individuals who are curious about exploring the thrill of improv for the first time. Get ready to embark on a low-pressure, fun-filled adventure that will unleash your creativity, boost your confidence, and ignite your sense of playfulness.

Led by our experienced and supportive instructors, this workshop is tailored to provide a safe and welcoming environment where you can comfortably step outside your comfort zone. The journey begins with a boundary check-in, where we establish guidelines for respect, trust, and collaboration. Our skilled instructors will guide you through engaging improv warmups and games.

Through interactive exercises and guided improvisation, you’ll discover the joy of working together, building on each other’s ideas and creating compelling scenes on the spot.

No prior experience in acting or improv is necessary. Whether you’re seeking a fun and unique experience, a chance to improve your communication skills, or simply a break from everyday routine, “Discover the Magic of Improv” is the workshop for you!

About Your Instructors:

Millie Hoffman (she/her) has been taking improv classes and performing since 2018. She performs regularly with Babeprov, David Bowie Improv, and a variety of special projects. A kindergarten teacher by day, she’s enthusiastic about bringing the joy of ‘play’ to all!

Sam Brunner (she/her) is a writer and improv performer, coach, and instructor based in Baltimore, MD. She is a member of the Asian American improv team A++ and has studied improv with the Baltimore Improv Group, Magnet Theater, Upright Citizens Brigade, and World’s Greatest Improv School and is a graduate of The Second City’s satire writing program.

About Highwire Improv:

Highwire Improv is a 501(c)(3) non-profit arts organization based in Baltimore, Maryland. Our mission is to steward a community of artists committed to growth, collaboration, joy, and justice — in Baltimore and around the world — through improvisational theater.

Homewood Friends Meeting

Free/donation

3107 N. Charles Street
Baltimore, 21218