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Saturday June 2 2018 at 2:30 PM
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× Morning workshop: 10 AM-1:30 PM
Afternoon workshop: 2:30-6 PM

This workshop will examine how fundamentals of improvisation can support healthy communication and act as a support for bridging communities. The morning workshop will have a specific focus on working in communities with at-risk youth. The afternoon workshop will have a broader scope on improvisation as a tool to bridge communities. This workshop is ideal for teachers and anyone works with children and youth.

Both workshops will be lead by creator of the Connect Improv Curriculum, Lacy Alana. Working between Austin, Indiana, and Montreal; Lacy is Licensed Clinical Social Worker, improviser, aerialist, trainer, and educator. Professionally, Lacy combines her clinical expertise with her passion for improv theatre to deliver unique and interactive trainings that fuse therapeutic applications with tenets of improvisation. Accordingly, she has created several innovative therapeutic and arts programs for at-risk youth, autistic youth and adults, and youth and adults who present with co-morbid mental health challenges. Her client list includes: Applied Improvisation Network, Apple, Camp Yes And, and Dropbox.


Theatre School
1801 Scarth Street


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