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Improv Exploration!

Improv Exploration: Breaking through Barriers and Embracing Play

  • Starts Jun 1
  • 10 US dollars
  • North Charles Street

Available spots


Service Description

Are you both intrigued by and terrified of improv? This workshop is for YOU! This 2-hour workshop combines coaching and improv exercises to help you uncover what's holding you back from getting started. At the end of the workshop, you’ll have a deeper understanding of what’s getting in the way and an idea of the types of games you will experience in improv. This workshop aims to create a safe and supportive space for participants to explore their barriers to starting improv while simultaneously experiencing improv. Students will experience self-discovery, get exposed to beginner improv concepts and explore fears or beliefs that hold them back. Day and Time: Saturday June 1st: 10-12:00pm Cost: $10 Facilitator: Michelle Jackson and Emily Iannuzzelli About the Facilitators: Michelle Jackson is a human-centered Executive Coach with a career that's a bit like a montage! She's played many roles, explored different industries, traveled across continents, and worked with clients of all kinds – from high school students to senior-level executives. In 2023, Michelle joined BIG's Level 101: Intro to Improv class. Why? To unleash her authenticity, master the art of thinking on her feet, and infuse more playfulness into her life! Since that first class, Michelle has attended several BIG classes, workshops, and shows. And guess what? The amount of play in her work and life has increased tenfold! Over the past year, Michelle has encountered professionals who were curious about improv, but a little hesitant to dive in. Inspired by her own journey, she decided to give back to the amazing BIG community by hosting a workshop. After all, BIG has given Michelle so much joy and growth in the past several months. Emily Iannuzzelli, is an improv enthusiast as well as an Ayurvedic wellness coach. Emily first became interested in the overlap between good improv and a well-regulated nervous system back in 2018 when she first started improv as a total basket case! She noticed her ADHD symptoms improving through regular practice of improv (as well as other healing modalities) and has been totally fascinated since. She's also calmed down a bit!


Upcoming Sessions


Contact Details

  • 1727 North Charles Street, Baltimore, MD, USA

    (888) 745-8393

    info@bigimprov.org


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