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Yes, And! - Introduction to Improv Workshop

  • 01 Oct 2017
  • 3:30 PM - 6:30 PM
  • 2081 Mission St, San Francisco, CA 94110
  • 5

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Improv is more than just being funny and making jokes - it's about communicating, adapting, and collaborating creatively with a team to build something new together. Everyone, and not just aspiring Saturday Night Live stars, can benefit from improv training, and many top companies and business schools now recognize the value of improv skills in the professional world. 


Join your fellow Cornellians in this private workshop, where we will learn the basic principles of improv and how they can enhance your public speaking, listening, and problem solving skills. Step out of your comfort zone, embrace the unknown, and have a great time!


No prior experience is required - just come with an open mind and be ready to interact with the group and have fun. The workshop is limited to 18 participants only, so sign up soon. Early bird pricing ends 9/24.


The workshop will be taught by an instructor from the Endgames Improv Theater, and held at their training center in the Mission District. Street parking in that area is generally difficult, so alternative means of transportation is highly recommended. The training center is one block away from the 16th Street Bart Station. After the workshop, all participants will receive a free ticket ($5 value) to an Endgames show.


Please contact Catherine Meng '09 with questions.


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