In the Creative Improv Summer Spark, taught by Sarah Hodges, students were challenged to venture out of their comfort zone and explore improvisation through acting, dance, music, art, writing, and more.
What was best about this class was the willingness of the students to support and nurture each other’s growth through the process of learning improvisation tools. Never was an idea shot down, nor shoved aside. The class was about experimenting, thinking on your feet, pushing boundaries, and connecting with each other. The students did this to the fullest extent, and even exclaimed one day: “I wish this class could be all day long!”
The result was fantastic, culminating at the end of the week with a show on the last day of class. They performed skits, interpretive dance, and even interacted with their audience by asking for sound effects for a scene.