Improv - The Art Of The Present is back, with classes throughout the summer! Watch your natural creativity emerge in characters and stories discovered in the moment! 

Summer class schedule: 4:30 - 6:30, on Sundays:
July 17, July 24, July 31, August 7, August 14, August 21

Great improv is all about:
-Living in the present moment
-Radical self-trust
-Connecting with your scene partners
-Making powerful choices
-Supporting your fellow creative types
-Playing, without inhibition
-Turning mistakes into opportunities

Join us as we expand our capacity for all of those wonderful things, exploring the fundamentals of long-form theatrical/comedy improv, playing lots of silly theatrical short-form improv games and inevitably becoming happier people along the way!

One class - $20
Four classes or more - $15 per class
Every class is different, so you can take it as a series or as a one-off.

No experience required! It's not at all about whether you're funny - it's ALL about whether you're down to have fun.

Thank you for being on time! Arriving 5 minutes early so we can get started on time makes you a superstar!

"Stefan's improv classes were a blast!! I can't remember the last time I had that much fun! And Stef has this uncanny ability to be the most warm, encouraging supportive presence so that no matter how scared you think you are of getting up there and doing improv, falling flat, sounding silly, or making a complete ass out of yourself, he is always right there cheering you on! When you have that kind of permission to just be so fully in the moment without any inhibition, it's such a freeing fun experience!" -Lauren Auricchio, Los Angeles, CA

Stefan Wenger is an improviser, director and teacher recently relocated to West County. A native New Yorker, Stef trained under Armando Diaz and other luminaries at the Magnet Theater, where he performed regularly, on several Magnet house teams. The creative director and co-founder of the entertainment company This Is Your Life: The Musical, which improvises personalized musicals at parties and events, Stef is fairly certain that improvised theatre will save the world. Locally and internationally, Stef teaches long-form, short-form and musical improv comedy, with an eye toward using the lessons of good improv comedy to develop conscious, healthier ways of living too. When he is not teaching improv, Stef is usually singing songs that have never heard before nor will ever be heard again. He also hosts a fantastic radio show, Music For Humans, on the second and fourth Tuesdays of every month, on 107.3 KOWS.