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Improv for Arts Leaders: Performing with Flexibility and Creative Courage

  • The Mopco Improv Theatre 10 N Jay Street Schenectady United States (map)

Improv for Arts Leaders
Performing with Flexibility and Creative Courage

We are all improvising all the time. None of us wakes up to find a script for the day sitting on our bedside table. We must figure out how to respond, connect, make choices as we go along. As the world moves faster and becomes less predictable, this ability becomes harder, and good improv skills become more important to maximizing your strategic impact. In this module, you will experience the principles of improv, including:

  • Exercise your awareness so you recognize opportunities to develop your team and your business

  • Celebrate risk-taking to expand your ability to innovate, deal with change, and step into new roles

  • Unleash your creative genius so you can solve problems and design solutions quickly and effectively

  • Build collaborative momentum by supporting and building on others’ ideas

FAQS

What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?

Street parking is available on Union and N Jay street by our Theatre. Parking is available in the lot behind Perecca's as well as other public lots within a short walk of the theatre. The lot directly across from us is reserved for the Rossi & Ditorro Funeral Home NOT AVAILABLE for parking. DO NOT park in the lot by JoJo’s Auto Service or you will be towed. Find out more and see a detailed map of parking options available to us here.  

How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

You can reach us at hey@mopco.org with general inquiries or shows@mopco.org with specific questions about the show times and details. You can also call us at 518-577-6726. We’re also pretty good at getting back to your on Facebook messenger as well.  

What's the refund policy?

Please contact us 24 hours before showtime to be eligible for a full refund.

Earlier Event: August 3
THEATRESPORTS®
Later Event: August 9
Storytime Time with Ethan Ullman