Everyone’s Tiffany, the house improv team at the Wagon Wheel Center for the Arts, is offering improv classes in the Warsaw area beginning Feb. 22.
The group is offering a wide range of classes this spring, which includes:
• Feb. 22 to March 14: “Introduction to Improv”
• March 21 to April 11: “Improv for Seniors (55+)”
• April 18 to May 2: “Improv for Teens (age 13-19)”
• May 9 to May 23: “Improv for Kids with Anxiety, ADHD and Autism”
Improv is a form of comedic theatre in which participants, think on their feet, react quickly and perform unscripted scenes, such as in the hit show “Whose Line is it Anyway?”
Improv classes and training are also offered across the country not only to strengthen performers, but to develop communication skills and authenticity.
Members of Everyone’s Tiffany will instruct classes.  Foundational skills taught in the course include: “yes, and,” character development, spontaneity and team-work.
All classes will run from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday in the lobby of the Wagon Wheel Theatre, 2515 E. Center St., Warsaw.
Registration is $20.
You can find out more information about Everyone’s Tiffany on Facebook or on everyonestiffany.org.
For more information or to enroll, email Joe Harmon at joe.harmon@gmail.com.