Act It Out! Improv Class (4-6)
Great creative and silly with this highly interactive improv based acting class
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This fun and interactive course is designed to get your student on their feet and expand their creative skills. We will start each class with an introduction, where students will share their name and a fun fact about themselves to get everyone familiar with their new friends and fellow actors. Next we will do a group theater warm up with activities to help us let loose and prepare for our upcoming games. The rest of class will be devoted to several hilarious improv games that will get our...
Students will learn basic improv skills and be introduced to the world of acting and performing. Acting has always been praised for its ability to get people to open up and express parts of themselves that were previously unexplored. This course is designed to help students build their communication skills, conversational skills, and general social skills. Improv can help students learn to patiently take turns, express emotions in a healthy way, build confidence and personality, and get in touch with their inner creativity. The art of improv is not just useful for students who plan to pursue acting in their future, but for all students of all ages no matter what their future interests may be.
One of my first memories in the theater was taking improv classes at the early age of 4. I remember laughing endlessly as my friends and I made larger than life characters with silly voices, or worked together to make a story come to life. It was here that my love for acting and the performing arts was born, and years later it is still my number one passion. After graduating from Los Angeles County High School for the Arts (LACHSA) with a major in theater and musical theater and from UCLA with a BA in theater, I continued my training as a performer while I worked professionally. Improv has been a constant throughout my career that has kept my skills sharp as an actor as well as build my confidence as a human being.
Please have water for this class, as we will be moving and talking quite a bit. A chair is required for this class. Please make sure your student is able to easily move this chair for the standing portions of our class.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Students will be up and moving for different parts of this class. Seeing as physical activity is involved, parental guidance is suggested but not mandatory. Please make sure your student has water and moveable clothing on. Both a chair and an open space will be needed for this course, make sure the student will not hurt themselves on surrounding furniture when they stand and move.
Katie PowersProfessional performer with a passion for teaching!
177 total reviews
101 completed classes
Hi there! My name is Katie and I am so excited to dance with you! I have been immersed in the world of performing arts since I was 5 years old. Dancing, acting, and singing are my top passions, closely followed by teaching. I graduated from...