In this course, we will have fun all week making up stories and acting them out. Through this fun, we will build skills in acting and storytelling. At the end of the week, we will perform a short improv show for your families.
Improv is short for improvisational theater, where you make up scenes on the spot on your stage. You may have seen improv on shows like “Whose Line Is It Anyway” or “Wild’N’Out”.
Students will learn:
- Lesson 1. Intro to Improv
- Lesson 2. Storytelling
- Lesson 3. Games
- Lesson 4. Improvise your own short play
- Lesson 5. Performance
Time: 9:00 - 11:00 am. ET
Date: Monday-Friday, 7/26-7/30/2021 (week 7)
Grade: Grade 1- Grade 12
Class size: 4-8
Online Course Requirements
Mac, PC, Tablet, or Phone
Stable internet connection with access to Zoom Video Conference
- You should have enough room to step back from your camera and be visible from the top of your head to your knees.
- Paper and pen/pencil
Mr. Ray S.
Debate and Speech Tournament Coach and instructor
The more a student enjoys, the more a student learns.
Ray teaches Spanish, Drama, and Public Speaking. He has taught since 2003 and was the coach of a Speech and Debate team for 5 years. Ray studied at the University of Virginia, Middlebury College, and the Second City Conservatory in Toronto. Ray's educational philosophy: the more a student enjoys, the more a student learns.