Improv isn’t just an incredible way to introduce students to the arts and live performance; it builds skills that students can take with them into the rest of their education and their lives outside of school.
Our improv curriculum teaches students the value of collaboration, confidence, and valuing others’ ideas in a fun, game-based environment. It’s not just a great break from lectures and homework; our improv outreach program conforms to ELA/GASE and Theatre Arts GPS standards, complete with relevant codes for each week so you can make it a part of your regular lesson plans!
How does it work?
Once you’ve contacted us about your interest in the program, we’ll send you 10 student worksheets full of fun improv games and exercises, along with video content explaining the core concepts and demonstrating some of the games, along with a helpful teaching guide to assist you in reinforcing the techniques.
I don’t know anything about improv, can I still teach this?
Of course! Not only will the materials we send you help you learn along with your students, but you’ll receive support from the Dad’s Garage staff of performers and teachers. If you’re in the Metro Atlanta area and a reasonable distance from our theatre, we’ll send one of our instructors for a session to help you get things rolling. If you’re a little further out, we will be happy to schedule a call to walk you through the program.