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LEVEL 1: Return to Play - Introductory Improv

8-week course (Choose one of two enrollment options)
Wednesdays, March 27th - May 15th, 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Saturdays, March 30th - May 18th, 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Learn the basics of Improv: agreement, spontaneity, and most importantly having fun!

Do you want to improve your public speaking and interpersonal communication skills? Are you good at telling stories and being funny around your friends? Want to be more creative or learn to generate ideas on the spot? This class is for you. Level 1 introduces you to improv skills in an open, supportive class structure. You'll learn a mixture of exciting “Whose Line Is It Anyway?” short form games, group games, and OKC Improv original games!

Prerequisites: None

Early Bird: $130  ||  Regular: $140

LEVEL 2: Scenic Short Form

8-week course (Choose one of two enrollment options)
Tuesdays, March 26th - May 14th, 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Saturdays, March 30th - May 18th, 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM
Continue your Improv journey and up your game!

Apply what you've learned in Level 1 to begin mastering the fundamentals of improv and scene work through short-form games and exercises. Students will learn what makes a scene comedic: creating and playing comedic premises, characters with distinct points of view, and relationships between characters. Continue your improv journey by improving your stage confidence, making bolder choices, and committing more to a character.





Prerequisites: Level 1

Early Bird: $130 || Regular: $140

LEVEL 3: Learning Long Form

8-week course (Choose one of two enrollment options)
Tuesdays, March 26th - May 14th, 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Saturdays, March 30th - May 18th, 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM
Continue your improv journey and up your game!

This class not only centers on the fundamentals of long-form improvisation but digs deeper to help you find what lies underneath. Listening, creating true characters and playing it real in what could be a not-so-real world are just a few of the blocks we’ll explore to help you build your foundation. Prepare to be on your feet – mentally and physically! You’ll emerge from Level 3 with the tools and skills needed to create a full story with recurring themes, rich characters and the delightful element of surprise.

Prerequisites: Level 1 & 2

Early Bird: $130 || Regular: $140

LEVEL 4: Intermediate Long Form

8-week course
Mondays, March 25th - May 13th, 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Group work, sustaining a scene, environment work & more!

Continue your journey into long form improv by focusing on group mechanics, environment and space work. Learn new edit forms to start and end scenes as well as take your characters to new heights. Learn to avoid energy plateaus by not playing it safe.







Prerequisites: Level 1, 2 & 3

Early Bird: $130 || Regular: $140

LEVEL 5: Finding the Fun(ny) - Tag Outs, Heightening, and All Things Weird

8-week course
Saturdays, March 30th - May 18th, 1:30 PM - 3:30 PM
Keep building your Improv tool kit with the keys to making scenes pop!

Take your long form to new heights through fast choice tools of the trade! This class will focus on heightening the stakes in scenes and celebrating your gloriously weird improv choices through the use of tap-outs, walk-ons, and more creative edits.

Prerequisites: Levels 1-3 or gain permission of the instructor

Early Bird: $130  ||  Regular: $140

Advanced Short Form

8-week course
Saturdays, March 30th - May 18th, 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Increase your game knowledge and skills!

Are you tired of playing the same games the same way? Want to use your short form skills better in all of your improv? The Advanced short form is more than learning new games - it's adjusting the game and the way you play it to suit your audience. We'll cover content, pace, physicality, and volume. We’ll decide what makes the best games and combine it to make a new creature. Great training or a brush up for Grab Bag performances or our OKCI TourCo shows!



Prerequisites: Level 1 & 2

Early Bird: $130 || Regular: $140

Intermediate Narrative Improv

8-week course
Thursdays, March 28th - May 16th, 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Learn how to tell multi-scene stories that follow the hero's journey while building a unique and vibrant improv world to play in. This course will teach you how to establish a protagonist, explore new creative ways to start and end scenes while building a dynamic world to explore filled with interesting characters and settings. Students will be able to pick and practice a narrative genre of their choice as a class to perform in a longer set at the end of the course.

Prerequisites: Concurrent enrollment or graduation of level 4 or higher

Early Bird: $130 || Regular: $140
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