Improvisation: Tools for Creative Collaboration

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Improvisational theater skills are more than comedy skills; they are skills for successful social interactions.

People often think that improv is all about being funnybut Improv is about being present, spontaneous and playing well with others. These are valuable skills for work and invaluable experiences for life.

This workshop will focus on the skills and mindset of an improviser. Learn how to trust your authentic and creative voice and co-create with others.

All are welcome. No pressure to be funny or perform. Just bring your curiosity and willingness to play.

Guaranteed laughter. All for free–at your San Francisco Public Library!

“William was great, created a safe and fun environment and made it very natural for people to participate- I would definitely recommend and come back to these.” Participant from previous workshop.

William Hall is an actor, director, trainer, and mask maker who has performed and taught all over the world. He is a co-founder of BATS Improv. He is the owner of Fratelli Bologna, which uses the principals and theories of improvisation to provide training for theatre groups, organizations, and individuals. He is also the author of the highly regarded, The Playbook: Improv Games for Performers.

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