Improv class at Driftwood Players

Monday, September 28, 2015


Learn the basics of improvisation. Have fun, meet new people, and explore new ways to tell a story. Gather new and creative ways to look at a scene and improve your acting.

Learning improv will help you step out of your shell, be funny and even gain some new life skills (and confidence!). This class will focus on basic scene work, partner and group work, and most importantly, will be tons of fun. An improv showcase will end each 6-week session.

Session 2 - 6 week class - Nov. 9-Dec 14, Mondays, 5:30-7pm
$200 for 90-minute weekly class. Ages 14 to adult. No previous acting/improv experience needed.
Maximum class size: 15
Wade James Theatre Lobby (950 Main Street, Edmonds)
Instructor: Jenny Price

Jennifer Price has been acting in the Puget sound area for over 28 years. She has worked in children's theater, television, voice-over, improvisation, Shakespeare, movies, dramatic and musical theater. Jennifer enjoys teaching workshops and classes in dramatic acting, improvisation and character development. She has worked with Students and Adults and has taught improvisation to Business and Non Profit Organizations as well.

Some favorite past roles, Wicked Witch - Wizard of Oz, Meg - Crimes of the Heart, Beatrice - Much Ado About Nothing, Gerda - The Hollow, Queen Aggravaine - Once Upon a Mattress, and Snoopy - You're a Good Man Charlie Brown. Jennifer believes that improv is great for your art, your life and coming out of your shell, building confidence and camaraderie.

Register here or call 425-774-9600

Driftwood Players at the Wade James Theatre, 950 Main Street, Edmonds, WA 98020


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