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Recreational Improv for Adults
  • Recreational Improv for Adults


    Location: Saint Leo University, Black Box Theatre (Benedictine Hall 1st floor Rm. 111)

    Time and Days: Mondays, 4-5 p.m. 

     Session, 5 weeks  March 25, April 1, 8, 15, 22



    Cost: $130 members, $145 non-members

    Registration Fee: $10

    Supplies: None

    Class Minimum and Maximum:  5 min. 25 max. 


    Improv is an inherently human activity that is part of our everyday life. Essentially, improv is about training your brain to think on your feet, without judgment. It fosters creativity and builds confidence, helping us to embrace failure, be a better listener, live in the present, and learn to just go with the flow. Improv is also a great way to meet new friends! There are 4 Pillars of Improv: Don't Deny;  Say “Yes, And”;  There are No Mistakes; and the #1 rule is to Have Fun! 



    • Jennifer Harman is an adjunct professor at Saint Leo University and Southern New Hampshire University, where she teaches Theatre and Humanities, respectively. The president and co-founder of The Storytellers Alliance, Jennifer has spent a lifetime on the stage. She served 10 years in the US Navy and is now a 2nd year PhD student in Mind-Body Medicine, with her MA in Creative Writing, BA in Business Management and Marketing, and AA in Liberal Arts with a Specialization in Theatre and Education. She also holds a Performing Arts Industry Essentials Certificate from New York University Tisch School of the Arts. 



    Date of Call if minimum not reached: Friday, March 22 

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