Improvisation workshop for youths

Youths can learn to think fast and stay on their toes through an improvisation workshop on Saturday, Nov. 17.

Youths can learn to think fast and stay on their toes through an improvisation workshop on Saturday, Nov. 17.

Tree House Youth Theatre is teaming up with Serge Belliveau from the local Bull Skit improv troupe for a session that runs from 1 to 5 p.m. at the Scott Block in downtown Red Deer. It’s geared for school-aged kids 12 and up.

Belliveau will speed up reaction times with a variety of theatre games and exercises designed to open the doors to the “wonderful world of quick-draw, faster than a speeding bullet improvisation.”

The session costs $20. Participants should wear comfortable clothes and shoes, bring a water bottle, snack and can-do attitude.

Newcomers are welcome and no experience is necessary.

To book a spot, call 403-986-0631.

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