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Improv for Tweens

$20.00$60.00

Description

Improv for Tweens teaches 10-12 year olds about principles of longform improv such as Teamwork, Agreement, Base Reality, and Character. In a supportive environment using games and exercises, tweens will learn how to listen, use emotions and physicality in a scene, and how to “yes, and” their scene partner! The best part of this class? No homework!

Tuesdays, 4 to 5 pm, June 9 to 30 (with Lindsay Snow)

Variable Pricing: The regular course price is $40 (+HST). We are also offering spots at the reduced price of $20 (+HST) for students with financial need, as well a donor’s price at $60 (+HST), for those with the means to donate extra to support the Embassy. There are also a couple of free spots for recipients of our Inclusion Scholarship (the deadline to apply is Monday, May 25 at 11:59pm — recipients will be notified by the end of the week).

Other notes: Please review the code of conduct on the registration page with your child before enrolling. In the “order notes” section of the registration, please let us know the name, age and pronouns of your child, and any accommodations they will need. Once registered, you will be sent further info as well as a class waiver to sign.

This course will be run online using Zoom. We recommend downloading the program in advance: https://zoom.us/download

RECOMMENDATIONS:

1. You will need a laptop or desktop with reliable internet connection, and we recommend using headphones or earbuds.
2. If you’ve never used the software before, please have it downloaded in advance — we suggest trying it out with friends before the beginning of the course and/or logging onto the session at least 15 minutes early to work out any tech issues.

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Instructor

Lindsay Snow

Lindsay Snow (she/her) began learning sketch and improv at The Improv Embassy in 2016. She is a regular writer/performer with local sketch comedy troupe Sh*t Hot Sh*t Show, including their Ottawa Fringe Festival run. A social worker by trade, Lindsay has many years experience facilitating recreational and therapeutic programs for children and for youth at risk. She identifies as Queer, sick, white settler, dog admirer, dedicated thrifter, Algonquin College teacher and fat positive chick. She is currently debating getting out of bed.