Thanks to our friends at Turner, Dad's Garage's commitment to fostering diverse and inclusive voices in improv continues. We recognize that an array of experiences and perspectives makes for stronger performers and, ultimately, better comedy. We believe that our work should reflect the wide range of voices that make the United States, and our hometown of Atlanta, an awesome place to live.
As part of this commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion, we want to increase access to our class and our stage. We have created a "Diversity and Inclusivity Scholarship" for our improv classes as a way to foster inclusion.
We want to open the doors to improv comedy for everyone, regardless of race, gender identity, sexuality, nationality, or class. We provide a safe, uplifting environment for everyone to practice their craft. Ultimately, the "Dad's Garage Family" will reflect the diversity we see in our community and our nation.
Applying for a Diversity and Inclusivity Scholarship is simple -- just a few short-answer questions. We don't need to see your tax returns, driver's license, or anything like that. We simply want to know how you will bring a diverse perspective to our company, and why you want to be part of Dad's Garage.
Please fill out this form by February 28, and by March 6, we will notify our scholarship recipients of their acceptance. A scholarship gives you access to all levels of improv classes at Dad's Garage at no-cost. Please pass on this application to anybody you may think would like to apply.
Improv classes begin March 12. Students will be expected to start at level 1 and progress through the class system, regardless of previous improv experience.
Just email us at email@example.com with the answers to these questions.
What's your name? *
What's your email address? (We won't spam you!) *
What's your phone number? *
What kind of involvement have you had previously at Dad's Garage? (Don't worry if you are new here... it won't affect your application) *
What kind of experience do you have in theatre, improv, or comedy? *
How will you add to the diversity of voices and perspectives of Dad's Garage? *
Why do you want to learn improv at Dad's Garage? *
How will a Diversity Scholarship help you & your goals? *
Do you have anything else you would like to add? *