Improv Your Acting is a Toronto Acting School that is built on its In-The-Moment training philosophy. Quite simply, utilizing improvisation as the core to learning, students find the spontaneity necessary to keep fresh in performances and appreciate each moment to the fullest. Classes are taught by professional actor/director/coach Tony Babcock (Bell Media's IRL The Series, Host on Teletoon, Voice on Beyblade).
School Program: Improv Your Learning
Looking for a fun new way to bring joy and creativity into your school or group?
Want to encourage TEAMWORK, enhance concentration, and BUILD CONFIDENCE through an exciting and INTERACTIVE platform? Using the principles of improvisation (a state of being and creating action without any pre-planning), Tony Babcock of IMPROV YOUR LEARNING will teach your students how to break out their shell, work well with others, and use their imaginations to create and discover. We Come To You!
The IYL program travels to your school or community centre and is completely customizable! Students learn the 3 Rules of Improv and discuss how to use them in school. Furthermore, our program is separated into 3 parts.
PROGRAM FORMAT / RATES
Improv Your Learning is available in many different formats. Please check our rates below, and get in touch if you have any quesitons about budget and flexibility.
|1.5 HR WORKSHOP||HALF DAY WORKSHOP||FULL DAY WORKSHOP||3 DAY WORKSHOP|
|DURATION: 90 mins (1 Class Period) COST: $300 + HST PARTICIPANTS: up to 20||DURATION: 3 hrs – 4 hrs COST: $550 + HST PARTICIPANTS: 20 students/facilitator||DURATION: 1 Full Day (7-8 hours)
COST: $800+HST PARTICIPANTS: 20 students/facilitator
|DURATION: 2 Full Days + 1hr Presentation
COST: $1900+HST PARTICIPANTS: 20 students/facilitator
|Students learn the rules of improv and apply them to hilarious improv games, and real life situations.||Students learn the rules of improv, the facets of storytelling and the who/what/where of a scene and apply them to hilarious improv games and real life situations.||Students learn the rules of improv, the facets of storytelling, the who/what/where of a scene and how to become a character and apply this learning to hilarious improv games, and real life situations.||Students learn the rules of improv, the facets of storytelling, the who/what/where of a scene, becoming character and constructing an improv scene. The learning goes very deep in each section and the third day is dedicated to a full improv performance for peers, teacher or the whole school.