Scared Scriptless | One day workshop

This class will follow all mandated health protocols as set forth by the BC Ministry of Health.

Do you ever watch ‘Who’s Line is it Anyway?’ and wonder if you could do that? Now is your chance to stretch those improvisation skills you want to have. Improvisational games help us to think quickly on our feet, to think outside the box, to be present and more focused and to listen more attentively to our surroundings, while having some hilarious fun.

No previous acting skills required. Linda provides a warm, safe and accepting environment to play and exercise your improvisational skills.  


Registration status: open

Age: 18+

Dates: Saturday May 6, 2023

Time: 10 am - 3 pm (half lunch break)

Skill level: All levels welcome

Other details:

  • Wear comfortable clothing to allow for movement
  • Bring a lunch (no other supplies needed) 

Location: Langley Arts Council - 26770 29th Avenue, Aldergrove BC



*please note, if a min of 8 students is not registered by registration deadline then class will be cancelled

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Meet your instructor: Linda McRae

Linda McRae has had many roles as an actor, singer, director, writer, coach and teacher for numerous projects and theatre groups and schools throughout the Fraser Valley for over 25 years. Her most treasured role was as Golde in Fiddler on the Roof. However, her most treasured task is watching children and teens thrive and blossom in the safe environment she provides for them to explore their craft of acting, singing and improvisation. Linda’s philosophy is encased within this Daniel Day Lewis quote: “The thing about performance, even if it is only an illusion, is that it is a celebration of the fact that we do contain within ourselves infinite possibilities.” Linda hopes to encourage each student of theatre she works with to find their infinite possibilities.