Improv at the Library in June

By May 23, 2019 Library

Come join us on Monday, June 17th for an afternoon of improv taught by Rachel Trueblood.

Yes, Rachel is at it again with her popular and hilarious Improv Workshop.
Rachel is a graduate of the Voodoo School of Comedy in Denver (yes, it’s a real place…) She was last seen in Viva Theater’s Westward the Women, stealing scenes in the role of the dastardly cowboy Katt.

Rachel says, “If your funny bone hasn’t had any exercise for a while, this workshop will really get it up and running!”

Improv is a form of live theater in which plot, character, and dialogue are all made up in the moment – and hilarity often ensues.

This beginner-level workshop will provide enough structure to guarantee success without putting anyone on the spot. Rachel will guide you from goofy warmups to collaborative games to creating short scenes.

It won’t be physically challenging, and participants may remain seated if desired. You may choose to just observe the process, but participation will make the experience more fun!

WHAT? A hilarious afternoon of improv fun

WHEN?  Monday June 17th from 2 – 3:30 pm

WHO? Everyone is welcome. VIVA Presents! is always free.

WHERE? Boulder Public Library, The Creek Room – Main Floor, 1001 Arapahoe