Improvisors make stuff up on the spot that looks like they planned it. You can do that too! In this workshop, you’ll learn the skills and tools used by improv comedians. You’ll see how you can apply them for personal and professional development.
We’ll explore the foundational elements of improv, and practice these skills through fun improv exercises. Come learn what it means to listen, respond, and take action!
Hone your ability to show up in the moment with the confidence to take action.
Improve what you bring to your team by learning to listen better and respond honestly.
Discover the joy of co-creating, struggling, and achieving something with your team.
Practice being comfortable as you explore into the unknown and trusting the support of your teammates.
About Your Facilitators
Why are you teaching at RAD Summit?
“I need a break from technology. I’ve been getting a little taste of life outside of the computer with improv and I want to share it with all of you!” - Julianna
“Julianna told me about this amazing opportunity to combine by favorite things: the outdoors, improv, and creativity. How could I say no?!” - Alissa
What’s your craziest camping or outdoor experience?
“One of my favorite camping experiences, which ends up happening quite a bit, is when I arrive at my campsite in the dark, set up the tent and go to sleep. Then when I wake up in the morning and all the scenery around me is a magnificent surprise! I’ve woken up next to so many spectacular views I had no idea were there! I’ve also thought I heard wild animals trying to get in the tent, but in the morning realized I had pitch my tent right next to the previous camper’s pile of dog food and a neighbor doggo had come to snack in the night.” - Julianna
“Oh, man. So many...but I would have to say the time I went climbing in Cuba. I was leading a route and put my hand in a pocket with a scorpion. I yelled to my belayer to “take”, but she was fending off goats with a stick that we’re trying to eat our lunch. We survived, but not after getting hundreds of mosquito bites. I had to wear my rain jacket the rest of the trip because people thought I had a disease. It was still so worth it!” - Alissa