Our Spring Semester is right around the corner! Get signed up today!
Classes are 8 weeks long and meet Mondays starting April 3rd and ending on May 22nd. All classes meet from 7-9pm at Trinity Lutheran Church – 5601 West 62nd Street Mission, KS 66202.
Every class gets to perform at the Kick Comedy Theater, and students get to see KC Improv shows FOR FREE!!! (see Training Center FAQ for exceptions).
Email firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
Early-bird price: $130 until March 20th
Regular price: $150 after March 20th
Improv 101: Intro to Improv
Instructor: Jessica Hagge & Laura Irwin
This course helps adults learn and explore the art of improvisational acting and comedy. Students will also benefit by improving their listening skills, confidence, team-building, trust, and collaboration skills. And they WILL have fun!
Improv 101: Intro to Improv (Leawood, KS)
Instructor: Nathan Stewart
This course helps adults learn and explore the art of improvisational acting and comedy. Students will also benefit by improving their listening skills, confidence, team-building, trust, and collaboration skills. And they WILL have fun! Designed for Beginner improvisers and intermediate-level improvisers.
Classes will be each Sunday at 7pm to 9pm from April 9th through June 4th.
Improv 201: Character
Instructor: Jamie Campbell & Chris Steinauer
This course expands on the ideas introduced in Intro to Improv and emphasizes the use of character in improv. Completion of Intro to Improv is required (or pre-approval by the Education Director).
Improv 301: Scenework
Instructor: Max Frankel
This class is for improvisers who want to continue the fun of improv and improve their scenework. Completion of LVL 201: Character is required (or pre-approval by instructors).
Improv 401: Intro to Long-Form
Instructor: Michael Foster & Bobby McCosky
This class is for intermediate improvisers who want to learn the basics of long-form improv. Completion of Scenework is required (or pre-approval by instructors).
Improv 501: Intermediate Long-Form
Instructor: Tiffany Chappell
Students will continue to work on long-form formats while identifying personal goals and receiving specific feedback from their instructor. Completion of Improv 401 is required (or pre-approval by instructors). Students will also learn more advanced long-form techniques and long-form formats.
Improv 601: Advanced Long Form (requires audition)
Instructor: Aron Wallis
Advanced Long Form uses the classic format The Harold to challenge improvisers interested in pursuing performance. Requires completion of Intermediate Long Form or approval from the Education Director to audition. Auditions scheduled for March 18th at 11:00 A.M. at the Kick Comedy Theater. Want to audition?