Improv for Life
Thursdays from 10:30-11:30 a.m.
Henry LaBrun Studio at the Wortham Center
Instructor: Angie Harrell
March 7 – April 11 (6 weeks)
Experience the fun and flexibility of foundational improvisation in this low-pressure daytime class for adults. Through playful, ensemble-based theatre and improv games, participants will heighten their listening skills, build meaningful relationships in a supportive community, and engage their minds in a new and joyful way! Leave feeling more adaptable at home, in the workplace, or on stage. No previous experience is necessary.
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Angie Harrell is an actor, director, acting and voice coach, and theatre educator. Her training includes an MFA from the Actors Studio Drama School. Teaching credits include the Alliance Theatre, Georgia Shakespeare, Synchronicity Theatre, Bethel University and Harrison School for the Arts, as well as vocal coaching for CNN. As an actor she has appeared on stage, film, television and national commercials. She recently completed Life Practice Training with Interplay International, an arts initiative promoting healing and justice. A proud member of AEA and SAG-AFTRA, Angie is delighted to be working with the Wortham Center.