Move Your Tale & Excused Absence Comedy at ColdTowne Theater offer a variety of classes from preschool through high school.
Spring 2020 Session begins January 19th
Excused Absence at ColdTowne Theater offers weekly improv classes for kids, teens and families.Weekly Classes are organized by age, interests and experience levels. All students have the opportunity to perform at our Sunday, ExAb Night shows. Choosing the right class for your child: Though suggested ages are listed for each class, we are all more than just the sum of our experience. If the age group or level you enroll your child in isn’t a good match, switching sections is often an option. Feel free to contact us at 512 809 0017 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or concerns.
Want to go beyond the classroom experience? Audition for improv and sketch troupes on Sunday, September 22 at 5 pm at ColdTowne Theater. RSVP here.ColdTowne Theater. $230
Early ElementaryColdTowne Theater. $230
Improv RisingSundays, 2 – 2:50,January 19 – May 3 Older Elementary. Third through Sixth graders new to Improv. Harness the power of “Yes, And” to frame your funny and build your banter. Perform supportive and hilarious comedy on the spot as you create, collaborate and expand your comedy skill set through the power of IMPROVISATION! Students perform together at Excused Absence Night, date TBD. Meets at ColdTowne Theater. $230.
Improv InvasionSundays, 2 – 2:50, January 19 – May 3 Older Elementary. Third through Sixth graders with Improv experience. That first experience creating original comedy with peers was awesome. You have the “Yes, And” down, and you are ready to expand your abilities as a young Improviser! Improv Invasion guides students through that next step, teaching them to create sustained improv scenes that go deep into characters and situations. Best for students with Improv experience who are ready to collaborate and support. Class performs together at Excused Absence Night, date TBD. Meets at ColdTowne Theater. $230.
Please note, depending on the individuals enrolled, middle and high school classes will be divided or combined as best serves the group.