Tuesday, August 5, 2014

SEPTEMBER NYC area booking special - TWO HOURS of shows and / or workshops JUST $600!!!

Take advantage of our slowest time of the year and SAVE!!!

We have been sending out 2-4 casts daily since March. But we slow down September and October every year. So take this time to introduce our amazing programs to your students and staff for much less...

JUST $600 for Two Hours

- Regularly Priced at $1000
- FOUR teaching artist
- TWO shows back to back OR Show / Workshop
- We can include anti bully themes to help start out the school year
- IMPROV 4 KIDS Grades K-8 www.improv4kids.com
- IMPROV 4 TEENS grades 6-12 www.improv4teens.com

We performed 600 shows for K-12 audiences in the past year. Over 4000 since 2004. Just this morning we SOLD OUT the 800 seat Children's Theater in the Woods at Wolf Trap in Vienna VA. The show runs off Broadway Weekly in Time Square. (Ask about out NYC Field Trips for just $10-25pp for show, workshop and/or lunch package)


Four 45-60 minute sessions can be at TWO schools near by or in one building.
Four teaching artists can reach about 120 students / session.

- 45-60 minute outreach show is a great way to get the entire school excited 
about learning
- No limit on audience size (except by your venue and technical/sound capability)
- Makes school a fun place to be
- CORE CURRICULUM With help of study guides the show promotes cultural arts (theater and music), languare arts (story telling, creativity) and character building (anti-bully, respect etc)

- Creativity - our workshops teach students to think and write tapping into the deepest core of their creativity by freeing them of fear and other blocks. Our games of warm up and technique teach how to brain storm YES AND!!!
- Community - to create as a team, we teach the groups to listen and respect each other. YES AND is all about building up your scene partner. We exist to make others look and feel good.
- Leadership - We teach public speaking, self confidence and self respect. Our students become class leaders. 

Above Offer available to Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, Bronx, Staten Island, Hoboken, West New York (GOLD COAST area), Jersey City and Newark Schools. 

JUST $800 for TWO HOURS in Westchester, Long Island, Northern NJ

JUST $1000 for TWO HOURS Upstate NY, Southern NJ, Connecticut Eastern PA


We have teachers all over the area every week providing 10-30 students training in Improv Comedy. These students really become leaders at the school. Many big personalities need to find focus. But when they do, they are instoppable in the best possible way. At the end of each 6-15 week session the students are ready to perform a showcase at school. But far more than that they become class/school leaders and better students. They learn how to listen, create and process information. They engage in current events and the worlds. They face their fears and inhibitions and turn weaknesses into strengths. Some of our high school students have become interns and even full time professional company members. One of these students,. Bandon Ford (Queens Prep Academy) got a job teaching theater at a summer camp this year. Another, Noel Olivencia (Prep Academy for Writers) is now managing a food service business AND has appeared on MTV. 

We have current and past residencies at the following...
NEST+m Manhattan
The Summit School
JCC Manhattan
Queens Prep Academy
Flushing High School
Prep Academy for Writers
Renaisance High School (Harlem)
Gilda's Club Camp Sparkle
Broadway Comedy Club public classes for Kids and Teens

Don't take our word for it...
Regarding shows, workshops and residencies - Lisa Palotti (Speech Teacher) to John Renner (Principal) from Summit School Queens 

"Here's my report: OMG it was awesome! Truly one of the best activities I've ever seen take place here at Summit! We gave them a very large group of kids to work with, and they handled them wonderfully. The way that they related to the kids was terrific, and the activities they led worked on so many pragmatic language skills in SUCH an effective way, including increasing the kids' awareness of their bodies in space, body proximity, eye contact, voice, and generally how others perceive them from their non-verbal cues. They also did word association and one-word stories that involved verbal expression and required kids to follow a story line. Almost all of the kids looked like they were having a fantastic time, and it was an activity where the shy kids could get to interact with others in a very structured (hence comfortable) way. At the end I spoke to the three members of the improv group and raved about how great they were and told them the specific ways that the activities helped our students. They asked me a number of questions, such as regarding how to handle various students' behaviors, and we talked about upcoming activities." 

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