Improv for Young Actors

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In this series of classes, students ages 12–16 will study the oft-forgotten art of making things up. With an eye towards producing a cohesive performance group, the class will use games, exercises, and a whole lot of general silliness to build a foundation of important improv skills. Topics will include narrative structure, status play, audience interaction, gibberish, mime, and more!


What: Improv for Young Actors
When: October 6-December 1 (no class November 24)
Time: Sundays, 5-7 pm
Ages: 12-16
Size: Class limited to a maximum of 16 students
Cost: $250, plus a $3 processing fee
Where: CCCT, 951 Pomona Ave, El Cerrito, CA 94530


Lizzy Asarnow has been involved in theater and music arts since age 6. She has a BA in Music and Vocal Performance with a minor in Education from UC Santa Cruz. Currently, Lizzy works as a Teaching Artist and Director for Bay Area Children’s Theatre. She also runs her own piano and vocal studio and works as a substitute teacher. In the summers, Lizzy works at CCCT’s Drama Camp as a Director. She first started learning improv at CCCT as a teenager and continues to study it now. She is so excited to teach Improv to a new generation of teens.


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