Improv with Character was created with the intent of teaching the basics of improv, along with how to have good moral character. Things like how to be courteous, polite, have self control and being helpful to others.
A typical improv intensive workshop will last two hours.
ONE DAY WORKSHOP INTENSIVE: $50
- Sunday Afternoon: 2pm-4pm EST, ages 18 and up. (Only 24 spots available.) This workshop focuses on exercises, games and intro to improv.
ONE MONTH INTENSIVE $150
- Monday nights, 7-9pm est, ages 18 and up. This class will touch on the basics of improv, games and some scene work.
THREE MONTH INTENSIVE: $450
- Tuesday nights, 7-9pm est, ages 18 and up. This class will focus on: the core foundations of improv, listening skills, how to be a good scene partner, games and scene work.
COMPANY ONE DAY WORKSHOPS: $600 (and up)
Sam will come to your company and do a one day workshop on site with your employees, teaching them the basics of improv and how to effectively communicate with good customer service. Starting price covers up to 12 employees, $35 for each additional employee.
Sam will help your employees/staff to become better listeners and see the importance in looking out for one another, as well as their customers. Which will in turn build stronger relationships inside and outside the company.
Currently, workshops and classes will be held at Lakewood Baptist Church in Phenix City, AL. If you are need a company workshop, Sam will come your company to conduct the workshop.
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Fill out the form below if you're interested, to enroll in one of the upcoming workshops/classes.
Sam trained at Whole World Improv Theatre in Atlanta Georgia, where he took Improv for Beginners along with Advanced Games, dialects and accents. These were both six month classes where he performed onstage for a live audience at the graduation shows.
Comedian Sam Beman, brings his brand of clean humor to the stage, along with volunteers from the audience. The results? Lots of laughs! This video features some highlights from previous comedy shows.
Mr Potato Head Eating Potato Chips at Starbucks
Comedian Sam Beman, put together a group of improv actors for a night of clean improv at Family Theatre. This scene was called Remote Control Styles, and the audience's suggestion was quite entertaining in itself.
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Columbus, Georgia, United States
Monday - Friday: 9am - 5pm
Saturday: By appointment