"From the moment I entered the room I felt welcomed and encouraged - and had fun, fun, FUN. How did those hours pass so quickly?? It's apparent that Pam subscribes to the belief that LIFE is best taken with a good dose of humor and she is an amazing teacher."
the opportunity doesn't come often to get a
one-day introduction to the basics of
HVC's approach to improv comedy!
Would you like to learn improv, play, and laugh in a supportive community?
Do you want to get better at thinking on your feet?
Could you use some practice turning off your inner critic?
Would you like to become more confident speaking in public?
Curious about how this whole improv comedy thing works?
If you answered yes to any or all of these questions, The Joy & Ease of Improv One-Day Intensive is an ever so lovely way to spend the day! Happier Valley Comedy's Founder and Head of Happiness Pam Victor offers this one-day intensive for adults who want to try something fun, rewarding, and, quite possibly, mind-expanding. You'll learn a very gentle, very easy, patient approach to improv comedy in an incredibly positive and accepting atmosphere that will get you up on your feet and out of your head. Through improv exercises, games, and scenework, you'll practice the vital improvisation skills of paying attention acutely, accepting other people's ideas, redefining and disempowering failure, staying in the moment, quieting your critical voice to invite more joy and ease into your work, and much more.
Join Pam for the Joy & Ease of Improv.
It’s good for the stage, and it’s good for the soul!
Prerequisite: None. No experience necessary. Being funny is not required! Shy people and introverts welcome.
At Happier Valley Comedy, we believe everyone can improvise.
(There will be a 45-60 minute lunch break.)
"In this time of unrest it it a rare treat to spend the day with a bunch of strangers and let your funny flag fly. Pam is the total package and perfect mix of engagement, enthusiasm and expertise. I am forever a convert!!"
"Pam's workshop fundamentally changed the way I think about improv (and life!)..She gave me permission to be myself, and then helped me realize that I didn't need that permission in the first place."