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Improv Classes

We offer Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced Improv Classes across the Washington DC Metro Area. 


New in-person Intro to Improv classes are now enrolling for the Fall in Annapolis, Reston, and Easton! Intermediate and Advanced level improv classes are being added for the Fall as well!

Upcoming Intro to Improv Classes:

Fridays - Starting February 4th!

Thursdays - Starting February 10th!

Tuesdays - Starting February 8th!

Improv for the Workplace

Bring some fun to your workplace! We offer workshops for companies and organizations to build teamwork, improve communication skills, and help with team-oriented creativity! 

Online Improv Classes & Jams

Learn improv from the comfort of your own home with classes and jams over Zoom and join others from across the country and around the world in laughing together in a super-friendly environment! This is the perfect place to try improv out for the first time!

Improv Shows

We have regular performances for our classes and troupes! 


Several of our players have their own podcasts on many of the most popular platforms. Take a Listen!

We even offer a Podcasting course a couple of times a year!

What Our Students Are Saying:

Why Learn Improv?

Anyone Can Learn Improv

You don't need to be a natural comedian. Just say the words 'Yes' + 'And' and you will be able to create an improv scene. From this simple Yes-And foundation, hilarious scenes will emerge. Our training will have you creating successful improv scenes within the very first class!

Improv Helps at Work

The 'Yes-And' philosophy can be applied to the workplace for team building, collaboration, and creativity. Top corporations integrate improv into their training and development programs. We can help your organization discover these useful and fun skills!

Improv Helps with Life

You can meet new people, ease anxiety, and relieve stress after a long day of work.

Improv classes are often referred to as 'Recess for Adults', and 'Cheaper than Therapy'.