Acting and Improv Games – Oakton, VA
March 5 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm EST
An event every week that begins at 6:00pm on Tuesday, repeating until May 7, 2019
Acting and Improv: Zip, zap, zop; Red leather, yellow leather; “I am a tree”; Top 7; Noiseball. Learn these acting games, the basic of improvisation, and more. Acting and improv is a great way to practice listening, build skills like voice and focus, and teamwork while having fun with friends.
Instructor: Kristen Pilgrim
March 5 – May 7 | 10 Weeks
WHAT WILL WE LEARN?
- Acting in character
- Moving in character
- Brainstorming ideas
- Background research
- Making choices
Who should register?
This class is designed for adults (18+) with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) — including autism — and other social and behavioral needs. Participants should be able to function in groups of up to 30 people with 1:4 staffing; independently meet self-care needs; follow directions; and demonstrate respectful, safe behavior at all times.
Are classrooms accessible?
All classes are held at locations easy to access by bus, metro, or MetroAccess. Venues are selected to accommodate wheelchairs and other mobility equipment.
What if I cannot afford tuition?
ArtStream services are eligible for LISS and respite funding and ArtStream students are eligible to pay in installments or receive tuition assistance. Check your preferred payment option when you register and the office will follow up to confirm.