The school was founded by, and is still run by, improvisers who trained with Del Close at The Second City workshops in the late 1970's. Del's workshops instilled a few simple but crucial ideas in our company, ideas that still shape how we improvise:
Joe DiGise is a great teacher who can work with a diverse range of students. The mix of improv games and exercises was interesting, challenging, and lots of fun!
The instructor explained everything very well. We explored various games and exercises. I spent two hours learning and laughing. Two thumbs up!
The instructor was wonderful, very enthusiastic and clear, not condescending and plenty challenging. I had a lot of fun and would recommend it.
This class was seriously awesome!! I had a wonderful time. The teacher was fantastic and everyone there was super nice and hilarious! I'd really recommend this class to anyone who's interested in learning improv, or who's just looking to have a fun sunday afternoon!
I really liked the teacher and the course. It was an open and friendly atmosphere and the teacher was exactly what I wanted-a true pro who not only teaches but was a founding member of this Improv group. I am a prof actor, but the other students were from the teaching world, writers, ballroom dancers-from all walks of life-and it made for a great mix of people to do excercises and develop characters. I would love to take the Improv for Actors class, but the time is not good for me as I work. Hope to take another Sat class soon.
Anonymous gave this class 5 out of 5 CourseHorse stars.
Sofia Z. gave this class 5 out of 5 CourseHorse stars.
Caroline Triot gave this class 5 out of 5 CourseHorse stars.
Kimberly Hugonnet gave this class 4 out of 5 CourseHorse stars.