Out of the box Improv

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

Teens, gather your courage and hit the stage on fire with improvisational theatre - your out of the box theatre experience! Have a hilarious time building confidence, teamwork, and character as you fly by the seat of your pants playing theatre games and improvising scenes. Linda McRae, a 25-year theatre coach, creates a safe and accepting environment for you to explore your creativity and quick wit while also learning the basics of performing on stage. Plus, you'll make new friends along the way as you work together towards a common goal. The season ends with an improv show for family and friends, where you'll showcase your newfound skills and confidence.

On Friday, December 1st, the students, along with the students in the Cue to Cute theatre class, will be putting on a final show back-to-back for their friends and family.

Registration: open (scroll down to form below)

Age: 13 - 18

Class Dates: Sept 7 - November 30th (Thursdays)

*Last day of class will be rehearsal for performance*

Time: 6:00 pm to 7:30

Final performance: Friday December 1st

No class on November 16

Skill level: All levels welcome

Other details:

  • Wear comfortable clothing for ease of movement 
  • No supplies needed, just a willingness to think outside the box! 

Fee: $295

*if this is your first time signing up for classes, please allow time for the form to load* 

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.