Workshops of all sorts for performers of all sorts!
If you would like to announce your workshop, send the info to listings@TheatreSantaFe.org.
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.
Summer Camp for Teens
Santa Fe Improv is launching a new program for teens, starting with a series of summer camps.
Why Improv for Teens?
•Enhances close listening and communication skills
•Supports courage and risk-taking
•Develops collaboration and teamwork
•Builds and supports creativity (by pushing past the self-editing that we all do)
•Supports originality and flexibility
•Enhances critical thinking (per a 2009 Johns Hopkins University study)
•Reduces social anxiety (2018 University of Michigan study)
•Gets kids off electronics and reminds them that movement can be fun, fun, fun!
•It’s fun and makes them laugh!
•Anyone can do improvisation. Sí, se puede!
Summer Camp Schedule:
Improvisation – We’re just making it up
Who: 12 ½-16 years old
When: June 17 through 21 • 8:30 a.m. til 3:30 p.m.
Through fun games and exercises, students will have the opportunity to develop and hone improv skills. Mornings will be spent in movement and games to develop technique, communication, and teamwork. Afternoons will involve a variety of specialty classes along with the student’s choice of writing format to move that creativity onto the page. The final class will include a showcase for friends and family.
Improv & Sketch Writing Intensive
Who: 12 ½-18 years old
When: June 24 through 28 • 9 a.m. til 3:30 pm
An introduction to improv and sketch writing. Improv games will be used to open the doors of spontaneity, creativity, and the seeds of full-fledged stories. Further brainstorming and group work will be used to support each student as they write, ponder and revise their sketches over the week. On the final day, those who wish can perform their creative works for friends and family.
Improvisation for Girls
Who: 12 ½-18 years old
When: July 8 through 12 • 9 a.m. til 1 p.m.
Students will have the fun of improv play, including working as a team, developing trust, and listening skills. This will be followed by more laughter, discussion, and journaling opportunities.
All classes are held at the SFI studio at Warehouse 21
1614 Paseo de Peralta, Santa Fe, NM
For more information on all of the camps, please visit SantaFeImprov.com
Intro to Improv
Santa Fe Improv’s next introductory class has 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 til 8:30 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
Contact Kita Mehaffy
Open Improv with Quinn Fontaine
Saturday Open Improv is a drop-in class.
Every Saturday morning • 10 a.m. to 12 noon
At the QUINN FONTAINE STUDIO
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.
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