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Awesome Free Introductions to Improv in ASL
Improv for All! in American Sign Language at Northeast Library
Saturday, April 27, 2019 at 1:00PM
Northeast Neighborhood Library
330 7th St NE
Voices off! Workshop is taught in ASL.
Washington Improv Theater is dedicated to sharing the ideas and spirit of improv with all of DC. This free two hour introductory Improv For All workshop is targeted to participants who sign and will be completely taught in American Sign Language.
This particular class is designed to help introduce the art form in a comfortable, low-stress environment through using games and exercises based on emotion and physicality.
Our enthusiastic and friendly instructors work to make sure everyone is able to participate in a playful and trusting atmosphere.
Whether you are thinking about signing up for one of our eight-week courses, interested in exploring the ideas of improv, or just looking for one night of silly, get-out-of-your-head play, our Improv For All workshops are accessible to anyone and everyone.*
You don’t need theater experience. You don’t need to be a “funny person.” Just come in ready to have a good time.
Improv is an amazing way to help people connect with each other and have a reignite their sense of play. And we think Washington needs that pretty seriously. So join in on the fun – we offer free Improv For All workshops every month of the year! These workshops are free but registration is required. They tend to fully enroll.
About the Instructor:
Erin Murray is as expressive on stage performing improv comedy as she is working as an American Sign Language interpreter, which she has done in the DC area for over four years. She has a background in ASL and Deaf Culture and is excited to converge her professional passions with the magic of improv. Erin is currently on Madeline, a Washington Improv Theater ensemble, and has been a member of Improv Actually, In Lieu of Flowers, and the Harold teams Diviglio and Tiovivo. The workshop will be taught fully in sign language, so get ready to roll up your sleeves and make your own fun!
This event is Saturday, April 27, at 1 pm.