Your High School Improv Show Playbook by Jim Hoare - Theatrefolk

Your High School Improv Show Playbook

Your High School Improv Show Playbook

by Jim Hoare

Have you wondered how to take improv to the next level with your students? Your High School Improv Show Playbook is the "how-to" guide for you! Empower students to present their first improv show that is fun and entertaining for all.

Improvisation is a great tool for the drama classroom to help build ensemble, encourage risk-taking, support spontaneity and foster a sense of humour. But how do you take improv further? Have students do a live performance!

Your High School Improv Show Playbook is a fantastic resource to help your student performers build confidence in their creative abilities. It holds everything you'll ever need to know about putting on your first live show from the what and the why, to game lists, to warm-ups, to host tasks, to audience suggestions and more!

Jim Hoare
Jim Hoare is the Executive Vice President of Education at TRW (Theatrical Rights Worldwide), in New York City. He has been involved in theatre and music education for more than forty years, working with high school, college, and community theatres.

Jim directed world high school premieres (Once on This Island and Les Misérables School Edition) and has taken numerous productions to the International Thespian Festival Mainstage.

Jim has directed over one hundred improv shows with high school students and has presented workshops throughout the USA and UK. In 2011 he received the New York State Theatre Education Association’s Lifetime Achievement Award.
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