According to Anne McDonald, there are still a few spots available for this:
Release and enhance your creativity using the tools of improvisation. Learn how to be fully in the moment and open to all possibilities. Regain spontaneity and develop your sense of play (essential for creativity).
For writers, expand your narrative and character skills; actors learn to be alive in the moment and free to make many different character choices; teachers, facilitators and presenters understand and enhance your ability to present and communicate.
Be authentic, spontaneous and allow your impulses to lead you in new and different directions. Increase your mental and physical flexibility while having fun (100 laughs is equal to 15 minutes of exercise!). Enhance your leadership and team skills.
Anne McDonald studied improv at the Second City Training Centre in Toronto and has taught improv workshops across Saskatchewan. She has an MA in Psychology and is a published fiction author.
Cathedral Neighbourhood Centre (13th Ave and Retallack, Regina)
Wednesdays, Jan 23 to March 19 (no class Feb 20)
7:00 – 9:30
I took a class like this. Mostly, the instructor got us to ‘be fire.’
I nearly ‘walked out.”
A: You’re already too much fire. 🙂