Subject to Change Improv Workshop
Friday, April 9, 2021
5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Come play improv games with us! No experience required! This is your chance to learn improv with the Subject to Change team and share some laughs. Push yourself out of your comfort zone and join us for a real hoot and half. This is a judgement-free zone, and our only goal is to HAVE FUN.
What is improv comedy?
Improv comedy is a form of comedic theater. It involves a series of games and scenes that are completely improvised, meaning there is no pre-planning and none of the jokes are pre-written. If you want to see examples of improv, check out our youtube channel.
We are an audition-based improv team that performs primarily short-form improv comedy. We have shows monthly on campus and various other performances at Grand Rapids comedy clubs and throughout Michigan.
Subject to Change exists to bring laughter through improvisational comedy. We aim to create a strong, safe community for those who love to laugh and have fun! Improv offers a way for students to escape stress, strengthen communication skills, become better listeners, and grow their confidence. We are constantly working together to improve our skills and grow as comedians. Students of all skill levels are welcome at auditions.
Purpose: We believe that students need a chance to relax and be entertained for their well-being. We're advocates of playing games, interacting with students, and having fun.
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