Workshops of all sorts for performers of all sorts!
If you would like to announce your workshop, send the info to

Theatre Santa Fe is pleased to post these workshops for our theatre community.
Please note that we do not vet nor endorse these events—
do your own due diligence in finding the right workshop for yourself.

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Intro to Improv

Santa Fe Improv’s next introductory classes have been scheduled and you're invited! The SF Improv teacher will guide you in a simple and fun process to learn the beginning techniques of improv.

And make no mistake, improv is something anyone can do. It doesn't take an actor or comedian or class clown to be good at it. It only takes the desire to learn something new and have fun! 

Why take improv? The benefits, besides getting to play like a kid when you're an adult, are numerous. Enhanced communication skills and, interestingly, a heightening of social courage, seem to be a part of the deal. Spontaneity and creativity are given free reign. All you have to do is say, "Yes, and..."

Tuesday • July 16
6 to 8:30 p.m.

Saturday • July 20
1:30 to 4 p.m.

The SF Improv Studio at Warehouse 21 (enter door at back of building)
1614 Paseo de Peralta, Santa Fe

Scott Plunket (he's a genius at making the process simple, fun, and rewarding)

$25 plus tax, per class

Contact Kita Mehaffy

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The Actor’s Revolution
The Next Generation of Acting Class

Santa Fe Actors Studio is offering The Actor’s Revolution for Actors, Writers and Directors. The 6-week workshop offers professional acting and training, and reaches beyond the confines of a typical class with sojourns into writing, collaborating, and Improv, as well as on-camera work, auditions, and scene study. Shed old patterns and move into greater states of play, awareness, and creation.

•Deliver real, finely nuanced performances in all conditions - from minimal/no rehearsal TV shoots to the audition that gets you on set
•Shed old habits and replace with Truth, Exploration, Discovery, and Play

Mondays • July 22 through August 26
7 to 9:30 p.m.

6 Mondays
$295 / $270 (returning students)

Leslie Fleming-Mitchell

Phone: 310-991-4162

Leslie Fleming-Mitchell is a working actor and L.A. acting coach; credits include Curb Your Enthusiasm, VEEP, House, Criminal Minds, Waco, and The Kid. She coaches actors preparing for TV/Film roles; clients include Rockmond Dunbar, Emile Hirsch, Maya Stojan, and Laurene Landon. She has taught at Second City Improv, The Film Workshops, American School in Paris, U. Mass, Boston Film & Video, and Kevin Fennessey Casting.

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Santa Fe Improv is offering something new! 
Open Improv Jams

This is an invitation to both the Santa Fe Improv community and the broader community to come and play. For those who’ve never dipped a toe into improv waters but are curious and want to see what it’s all about, no experience is necessary! And for experienced players, you’ll have the fun of playing with no pressure, no expectations, just the chance to mix it up and enjoy! 

The jams will be guided by one or more of our teachers and advanced players. You'll get to play improv games for and with each other, exploring what makes improv both hilarious and challenging.

And if you love it and want to get on stage, SF Improv will be inviting some of you to join them for their performance scheduled at Warehouse 21 on August 17th.

Saturday Nights
July 27 • August 3 • August 10
7 to 9 p.m. 

The SF Improv studio at Warehouse 21 (enter at the back of the building)
1614 Paseo de Peralta, Santa Fe

$10 per player ($5 for currently enrolled students)

16 and over please!

No reservations needed. Just come and play!

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Santa Fe Summer Shakespeare • International Shakespeare Center
Santa Fe Summer Shakespeare • International Shakespeare Center

Learn an Elizabethan dance!

Taught by Ariana Karp and Caryl Farkas of the International Shakespeare Center.

Bring the family, a partner or two, or come alone. Let’s dance! Actors, learn a new basic skill!

Friday • August 9
7 to 9 p.m.

$15 General
$10 Students

Shakespeare Reading Room
3209A Calle Marie, Santa Fe

Part of the Santa Fe Summer Shakespeare

Open Improv

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Open Improv with Quinn Fontaine

Saturday Open Improv is a drop-in class.
Every Saturday morning • 10 a.m. to 12 noon

Instructor: Quinn Fontaine
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All levels welcome to this fun, judgment-free zone of hilarity!
We play theatre games and we do long- and short-form improvisation.
Come to play or just to watch.

Cost: $20
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