May 04, 2019
12:00 AM


Stomping Ground Comedy Theater View map
1350 Manufacturing St. #109,


Saturday, May 4, 2:30–4:30pm

Whether your child loves to perform or shies away from the spotlight, improvisational comedy techniques and music can enrich their lives and boost their confidence. Improv exercises and music lessons encourage emotional awareness, self-confidence, social and communication skills, self-expression, and creativity.

In this interactive and fun workshop, students are introduced to the basics of improv and music technology. No improv experience necessary; beginners welcome. Open to adults and kids 8 years and older.

This class is taught by Stomping Ground’s Improv for Life Instructor, Greg Silva and Music, Special Education teacher, and Special Needs Advocate, Erika Warren, Stomping Ground volunteer instructors include Speech Therapist and Improviser, Lisa Belcher and Comedy Performer and Improviser, Taylor Rexrode.

$50. Email to inquire about sponsorships. Price of workshop includes tickets to sensory friendly shows afterward: Magic and Comedy Show by Magic Mike, and Irregular Nonsense, Stomping Ground’s improv group made up of all individuals with autism.