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April Vacation ComedyClinic Ages 8-10, Starts 04/17/17
For a description of this class, please see the YOUTH 101 ComedyClinics page.
ImprovBoston's Vacation ComedyClinics
Spend your school vacation at New England’s premiere comedy school. Our professionally-trained instructors represent some of Boston’s best and most experienced improvisational comedians. We create a fun and supportive environment within which students can explore, develop, and succeed. While improvisation is best known for the power to amaze and entertain through hilarious performances, the fundamentals of the art also set forth a creative process leading to support, engagement, trust, and applied risk-taking off-stage as well as on.
NO PREVIOUS IMPROV COMEDY EXPERIENCE NECESSARY
Each session runs Monday-Friday from 10AM - 3PM at our theater in Central Square.
Extended Day care 9AM - 4PM is available when you register.
Student Showcase takes place at 2PM on Friday of this session.
Tuition is $325 for one week programs.
Sibling Discount: When at least 2 students register TOGETHER for the same week, you save $25 per child! Students must register at the same time and with a single payment.
Financial assistance may be available. High School students with improv experience may also apply for our youth internship program.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 617.576.1253 with any questions
For a full description and important details, please see "VACATION COMEDYCLINICS"
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Corey O’Rourke is a graduate of Suffolk University with a degree in Theater Studies, and English. He began doing Improv in 2006 and since then has worked with many companies and performers. Corey has taken classes and been through the training centers of multiple theaters. He has performed and worked with Improv Asylum, Catalyst Comedy, Urban Improv, and ImprovBoston. Corey was on the original cast of Boston’s Unscripted Musical Project, he spent years performing anywhere he could. Corey found a home at ImprovBoston in the fall of 2013, Joining the ImprovBoston National Touring Company, and was an original cast member of All Access Improv. In that time, Corey has worked hard to grow the brand and to expand the work that the company does. He works often with the community’s youth, in schools and after school, through youth troupes and anti-bullying initiatives. Corey is so proud of all of the work that ImprovBoston does, and couldn’t be any more excited to start a new Journey with All Access.