Turn the spotlight on and get ready to share some good laughs with these improv programs!
Improv is proven to bring teams closer together because it requires them to experience something new, participate fully, learn new things and share a tremendous amount of laughter.
Stephen Colbert even told the graduates of Knox College in his commencement address that he started out in Chicago doing improvisational theatre. The one rule he was taught was to use “yes, and…” and he has stuck by this.
Both TEAMProv and ComedySportz are designed for participants to learn transferable skills that can be used in the workplace after your improv experience with us.
TEAMProv aims to teach participants how to improvise including the soft business skills that are essential for successful communication in the workplace. We concentrate on focus, trust, proactive listening, making each other look good, being present, and living in the moment.
Our TEAMProv workshops can focus on one or many of these:
- Presentation skills
- Risk taking change
- Stress Management
- Customer service
ComedySportz is an improv comedy show that incorporates your audience’s suggestions and creates hilarious scenes and games. The best part, ComedySportz shows are customized to your event, so it works every single time.
We offer ComedySportz Match, ComedySportz Half-Court and ComedySports Exhibition format. Our shows are very customizable because we want to ensure that our material clicks with your group. Every show is guaranteed to be positive, hilarious and clean!
This unique approach to team building will have your team leaving feeling rejuvenated and laughing harder than ever.
As Colbert says, it’s more of a “mutual discovery than a solo adventure.”
Have you ever tried improv? What was your favorite part about it?
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