Local 107.3 FM and its Spoken Word Collective presents its first improv workshop with Scott Thomas.workshop3
Scott Thomas is the founder of Improvisation Corporation – a local improvisation theatre group which has been performing shows in the Saint John area for over a decade including the Rogers TV programs Cheese, Monkey, Box, Pirate and Funzai! He has also produced several improv related musical shows including Less Miserable, Insert title here: The Musical and Hamilton McKenzie.
At the workshop – participants will be introduced to basic improv concepts (listening, yes and-ing, offers, team story building) and given a safe and encouraging opportunity to begin using those skills via games, discussion and light scenework.
There will be free food and drinks!
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Time: 6:30 p.m.
University of New Brunswick Saint John Campus
100 Tucker Park Rd, Saint John, NB E2K 5E2
This event is located within the James Condon Student Centre building. The Whitebone Lounge is up the first set of stairs and to the left. If you anticipate having difficulties finding the space, please message this page or email Shawn at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We as musicians, friends, show-goers and venue staff thank you all for treating this space and the people in it with respect and safety. It’s a community’s responsibility to make effort to ensure that shows are free of unkind, unfair, or oppressive behaviors on the basis of language, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, sex, age, body size, race, ethnicity, nationality, religion, socioeconomic standing, family status, as well as all acts of violence and harassment, sexual or otherwise. If you experience something that makes you feel uncomfortable, please know you can approach staff and you will find support. Thank you for helping us be a better community.
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The UNBSJ Student Centre has a stair entrance leading to the Whitebone Lounge. There is also an elevator located at the back of the cafeteria (on the left when you enter the building) for those who need it.