Acting & Improv
Acting is an activity in which a story is conveyed by means of its enactment by a performer who adopts a character whether in theatre, television, film, or radio. Acting involves a broad range of skills, including a well-developed imagination, emotion, physical expressivity vocal projection, clarity of speech, and the ability to interpret drama.
Improvisational Acting (Improv) is acting spontaneously without a script, either for fun or out of necessity. It is often used for comic effect. It can also be used to cover for missing/forgotten lines or just to add more creativity (if the director and the situation permit). It is a good way to extend and deepen the interpretation of a character and is generally useful for any acting situation, even for stand-up comics to engage the public.
We offer Acting classes for every level. In addition to performing in our annual showcase, our acting students continue to nail auditions and land roles throughout the area.