Another fabulous season of Improv in the PARK!
Please join us as the hilarious team of Andrew and Adrian guide us through a variety of games and exercises; filled with improv, imagination and interaction!
A day that will leave us feeling refreshed, revitalized and re-connected to that fun, creative and spontaneous side.
*No experience required, just a positive attitude and a desire to Laugh till you Cry!
(Event details below)
IMPROV In The PARK!
We have taken two of Canada's favourite things -- the hilarity of improv + the warmth of Spring Time- and combined them to create one amazing combination: Improv in the PARK!
*Join Andrew and Adrian for one life-enhancing, mood-altering afternoon that will leave you buzzing all week
-New friends and delightful possibilities are bound to come our way
-A great opportunity to deepen our confidence, creativity and communication skills
-Our instructors will lead a series of hands-on exercises to break the ice, energize our bodies and rejuvenate our inner child!
Adrian R. Anger
Adrian first landed at the Second City training centre in search of fun and a challenge for this otherwise shy giant. And it wasn't long before he was hooked! Adrian wound up taking a number of improv and stand-up classes and has performed at the John Candy Box Theatre, Second City main stage and Absolute Comedy.
Andrew has taken several Second City improv classes, hosted improv classes and performed on stage at the John Candy theatre at Second City.
Andrew enjoys interacting with others from diverse backgrounds and particularly those with an interest in improv comedy. He looks forward to sharing his improv insights with others and making a few new friends along the way.
Location and Meeting Spot:
*We will meet outside the Toronto Locke Library (3083 Yonge Street) then walk 1 minute south to the Lawrence Park.
(Right beside Subway line, and plenty of Free Street Parking along Lawrence)
Arrive at 1:30 and we will all head down together roughly at 1:45
-If arriving late you will see us down at the park.
(The park is south of Lawrence, on East side of Yonge)