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Basic Level 201


Improv Level 201 introduces students to the skills needed for scene work, the backbone of what we do at Positively Funny Improv.


Students build upon the skills they learned in Level 101 and start learning how to improvise scenes. Strong, relationship-based scene work is the backbone of the work we do at Positively Funny Improv. Students learn the skills crucial to scene work, including emotion, listening, and transformation, as well as continue to hone skills learned in Level 101, like ensemble, object work, and “yes, and.”


Students continue to play the types of exercises and games played in Level 101, which emphasize ensemble building and freeing the creative, non-judgment part of the brain. Students also begin to improvise scenes, exploring exercises that isolate the different skills needed for successful scene work. Students also learn by observing classmates performing scenes, and receiving and observing instructor feedback.


Completion of Level 101 or permission of instructor required.



Level 201 - Basic Scene Work

  • Due the limited spaces for students, once you register for a class, there will be no refund given unless the class is canceled by PFI.  If you register and then are unable to attend the class, a credit for a future class may be granted by PFI at their discretion.

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