Monthly improv class

Last THURSDAY OF THE MONTH

5:30 - 6:30PM

AGES 13-17

Students will work as an ensemble, and learn the rules of improv, and storytelling.

learn how to create with a team while letting go of fear and judgement.

OUR EXPERT INSTRUCTORS TEACH BOTH SHORT AND LONG FORM IMPROV SKILLS.

This class is for comedians, actors, actresses, and everyone looking to have fun!


THE BENEFITS

  • Meet New People/Make Friends

  • Improves Imagination

  • Active Listening Skills

  • Positive Outlet

  • Learn how to Work as a Team

  • Builds Confidence


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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

WHAT WILL TEEN IMPROV  OFFER MY CHILD?

Students will learn the basics of improv and stage performance, using those skills to create funny stories on stage as a team. Learning improv will help nurture your teen’s budding personality while enhancing memory and listening skills through improvisational techniques and games. Perfect for focusing the attention of extroverts; ideal for bringing out the confidence of introverts!

WHEN DOES Youth Improv BEGIN?

Youth Improv is an ongoing class. We meet the last Thursday, 5:30-6:30pm. You are welcome to join at any time. We simply ask you commit to one month. 

HOW IS BLACKTOP COMEDY DIFFERENT?

Blacktop Comedy offers the best in entertainment and education. Our world-class instructors are passionate about improv and fostering a supportive community of performers. Our experienced teachers have studied and performed throughout the country, including Chicago, Austin, Los Angeles, and San Francisco.

We opened Blacktop in Rocklin, CA because we grew up in this community, and wanted to bring improv education and entertainment to our home. If your child is looking to become a performer, a confident public speaker, or discover their talents for making people laugh, consider Blacktop Comedy. If you have any questions, reach us at fun@blacktopcomedy.com, or (916) 749-3100.


DRAMA Classes

IMPROVE ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE

Numerous studies have demonstrated a correlation between drama involvement and academic achievement. In addition to having higher standardized test scores than their peers who do not experience the arts, student who participate in drama often experience improved reading comprehension, maintain better attendance records, and stay generally more engaged in school than their non-arts counterparts. Schools with arts-integrated programs, even in low-income areas, report high academic achievement.