“Improv(e) Your Business!”
Arm your front line people with skills that make them more effective in conflict resolution and sales! Perfect for companies who would like to boost morale, increase presentation and team building skills, give their employees a chance to hone their listening skills and learn to think on their feet while having a ton of fun!
Past Clients include:
•Durham Region Police
•Durham College Board of Directors
•Durham Board of Education
•Durham Region Municipality offices
•Keller Williams Energy
•Township of Scugog
Workshops can be tailored to fit your learning criteria. Some examples of past workshops: Toastmasters workshops that focused on enunciation, spontaneity, and physicality. Networking groups like Max International on perfecting the “cold call” and connecting with people faster. Corporate workshops for IMPAC, HLC Mortgage Brokers, and Guelph Health focused on listening skills and dealing with differing personalities.
Let us tailor your goals into a fun and challenging day! Contact us for a quote: (647) 899-3342 or email@example.com
We have been awarded the Ontario Arts Council “Artists in Education” multiple times!
For teachers interested in having subsidized Improv Classes, contact Stephanie at firstname.lastname@example.org / (647) 899-3342
Schools desire more focus on team building, supporting, confidence and imagination building. Improv is a foundation of acting and yet there is a lack of improv in drama curriculums because it is such a specialized skill. Improv, at a professional level, is highly under-represented in schools. Teachers find this highly entertaining medium to be beneficial to boosting confidence, trusting instincts, role-playing, and character building. Workshops are a great way for the students to get hands on experience with a professional improviser while passing on games and exercises to the teachers.
- Learn to listen and communicate more effectively
- Learn the “basics” of how to work off the top of your head
- Perfect the concept of “Yes and…” (building ideas together)
- Decrease “blocks” and “hedging”
- Increase awareness: of others, of self, of situations and environment
- Learn to “get out of your head” and act!
- Increase creativity and provocative thought
Contact Stephanie for details: email@example.com
New this fall….
Let’s Make a Movie!
For grades 2-8, a half day workshop where students will learn about the techniques of film making (including camera angles and lenses, storyboarding, and special effects!). The whole class will get to participate in some film making and will get to watch themselves on the big screen!
Location: At our space in the Harmony Creek Community Centre OR we come to you!
Times: Either morning or afternoon Monday to Friday
The teachers will be given a workbook that contains additional activities for the classroom
Book your school: firstname.lastname@example.org or call (647) 899-3342