Free Intro to Improv

Free Preview class before
Improv Foundations
Tuesday March 12th
7:30pm to 10:00pm
One Session – no commitment
with Michelle and Kate

Improv Comedy Class for Adults.

In our 8-week Improv Foundations class, you will learn games and exercises that will teach or strengthen the fundamental skills of improvisational acting and comedy. Learn to create a scene from a simple suggestion, and to play that scene within the games of Short Form Improv. The same games played by many groups world wide, including Death By Improv, and similar in style to those from Whose Line Is It Anyway.

In this one session intro class, you will be introduced to some fun exercises, learn some basic improv concepts, and get a taste of what an improv class generally will be like. If you have fun (and we know you will) then you can sign up for the 8 week class that begins the next week!

This intro class is geared towards total beginners, or to experienced players who want to see what taking a class with DBI is like.
All are welcome.

Class meets just once, on Tuesday March 12, 7:30pm to 10pm.

If you think you are already to commit to a full class, head on over to our Improv Foundations Page!

Meet Your Instructors

Michelle De Luca

Michelle has been playing with Death By Improv since 2010. She has had the opportunity to perform throughout New Jersey and New York, as well as to perform/workshop at The North Carolina Comedy Arts Festival and the Boston Comedy Arts Festival alongside Death By Improv.

Aside from improvising, she is a songwriter and a former baker.

Kate Walsh

Kate has been studying and performing improv for over 14 years. She began at Fairfield University in CT, and then was on a house team at the Redhouse Theatre in Syracuse, NY. Since then, Kate has been on various teams in the Tri-State area. Currently, Kate is a member of both Death by Improv in Parlin and Howdy Stranger in Hackensack. She has studied improv and storytelling at The Magnet Theater in NYC, workshopped with instructors from around the country at Camp Improv Utopia East, and has performed with DBI in the Boston Comedy Arts Festival and the North Carolina Comedy Arts Festival. On a recent vacation, she even guest performed in Denver!

When not improvising she enjoys skiing, podcasts and pondering if she really should try the Konmari cleaning method.