Youth Improv: Queer & Trans Youth Arts Programs

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Play. Improvise. Create. Whether you’re trying to break into the performing arts, hone a creative edge, or simply become more comfortable in front of new people. You are introduced to classic improv terminology and learn the basics of improvisation. Spontaneity, listening, acceptance, confidence building, collaborative creativity and teamwork are skills built in this class. The people are supportive and there’s never any pressure to do things you’re uncomfortable with. Have a lot of laughs and meet new friends! This class is perfect for you if you are brand new to Improv!

Darryl has taught, adjudicated and performed across the continent from teaching improv at Institute for Child Study / Ontario Institute for Studies in Education at The University of Toronto, Camp Eclipse Leadership Camp, Labrador Regional High School Drama Festival, Ontario Educational Leadership Centre (Ministry of Education), Labrador Creative Arts Festival, Newfoundland & Labrador High School Drama festival and the SAK Improv festival in Orlando, Florida. Darryl was a founding member of the Queer Comedy Collective sketch group. Darryl's screen credits (selected) include Eugene Levy's series SCHITT'S CREEK (CBC/POP), ENEMY (Jake Gyllenhaal & Oscar nominated Director Denis Villeneuve), RICK MERCER REPORT (CBC), Stephen King adaptation 11/22/63 produced by J.J. Abrams starring James Franco (HULU), MAN SEEKING WOMAN with Jay Baruchel (FXX), DAMIEN (A&E), LOOK AGAIN (Lead Feature).

Facilitator: Darryl Dinn

This workshop is open to kids ages 11-15.

This workshop runs over 6 weeks; from 10:00 am - 12:00 pm on Saturdays.
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By: The 519