The Farms: Improve Your Improv
Skill Level: All Levels
Learn the skills of improv, including scene creation and team dynamics at Improve Your Improv from 6:30 to 8 p.m. on Tuesdays, Feb. 20 through April 9.
Kyle Tasch returns to The Farms to teach this popular course, which will be jam-packed with improvisational fun that will use both short-form games and long-form scenes in its sessions.
This will not be a place to sit down, hear lectures, and take notes, as students will be performing as much as possible! It will be a get-up-and-perform kind of class. The class will emphasize the mechanics needed to act out an entertaining and meaningful scene on the spot with no script.
Participants who have already completed this class are welcome to join again. Complete beginners and those experienced in improv are all encouraged to join!
$120/person for the series or $25/session. Register here. All sales are final.
If you will need disability-related accommodations in order to participate, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
See the complete fall class schedule here.
About the instructor
Kyle Tasch is an improvisor, improv teacher, filmmaker, writer, actor, comedian and musician from the Chicago suburbs. He started performing improv in 2004 and has been improvising in front of audiences regularly since 2015.
He has also taught classes both in-person and remotely at Westside Improv in Wheaton, Illinois. He performs live across the state in various comedy and music acts and has produced hundreds of videos and songs.
About The Farms
The Farms: An Allerton Folk School, offers classes, workshops, and gatherings focusing on art, wellness, outdoor education, storytelling, and science. All experiences value hands-on, experiential teaching and learning, and are facilitated by and for the members of the community.
See the complete fall session schedule here.