Improv for Shy People at Fort Mason
Wednesday, 7:00 – 10:00 PM
Wednesday, February 17, 2016
Bayfront Theater, San Francisco
Schedule: 1 session
Class dates and time: 7-10pm on February 17
Class length: 3 hours
Prerequisite: None – everyone is welcome!
Do you self-identify as shy or introverted? Are you unlikely to be the first to speak up in class or in a meeting? Do you find yourself overshadowed by your friends, family, or colleagues? Are you overwhelmed when you’re in a big group of people?
Signing up for an improv class may be the last thing on your mind if you consider yourself shy, but you’d be surprised how safe and supportive the art form can be. Focused on creating a comfortable and safe environment, Improv for Shy People introduces the basics of BATS-style improv in order to cultivate spontaneity, flexibility, and confidence. Improv skills build trust and cooperation and tap into the imaginative and creative qualities that we all possess. This class will leave you with some real tools to apply to your life, and you’ll have a tremendously fun time in the process of acquiring them!