Baltimore Improv Group
Residencies

Life is Improvised!

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Life is Improvised!

Program Type
Residencies

Description

Students will explore the key improv elements–Listen, Agree, and Add–during this improv residency. In Life is Improvised, students will learn the basics of improv, including creating solid scene work, active listening, and fun characters. Through it all, the students will see their self-confidence increase while exploring their own creativity and how group trust and teamwork make for amazing and hilarious improv theater.

Pricing

Typically, residencies range from $2,000 to $3,000, but we can use your available budget and ‘work backwards’ to create a cost-effective residency for your school. We may be able to assist you in securing grant and funding opportunities.

Residencies are tailored to your needs but usually include:
• A kick-off assembly
• A required orientation meeting and planning session
• A set of workshops for classes of up to 25 students each
• A student culminating or sharing event
• An evaluation meeting

For a rough estimate, residency prices include:
• Artist assembly (see artist’s page for pricing)
• A set of workshops ($100 each)
• A required orientation meeting and planning session ($100 each)
• An evaluation meeting ($100)
• Mileage and supply costs depend on artist location and the residency chosen.

Testimonials

BIG was WONDERFUL! Students moved through the process of learning about Improvisation to performing student-led improv skits during the program. I was able to see them applying the skills of problem-solving, collaboration, teamwork, and perseverance. Bridget and Michael were amazing with the students. They created a climate where students felt safe to take risks in expressing themselves and were accepting of various ideas and perspectives.

Theresa, School Counselor, Seven Oaks Elementary

Performing improv with BIG is hilarious! I love to watch my friends perform funny characters in improv scenes.

Student, St. Paul’s School for Girls

My favorite part was performing for my classmates. I liked to make them laugh.

Student, Seven Oaks Elementary