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Improv for Kids – Spring Session

Improv

Back by VERY popular demand is the PCMS Improv for Kids Program. In order to accommodate the varying grade levels, we will be holding two sessions this spring.

Session 2 | Grades 4-8 | April 6 – May 18

The art of improvisation has lasting and meaningful applications in real life. Children who are involved with improv also learn to be positive, show their creativity, support their classmates, take risks and overcome shyness. This class creates a fun and supportive space for children to learn the foundational elements of improv: imagination and play.

Learn more about the PCMS Improv for Kids program and PCMS parent-instructor, Patrick French.

The Improv for Kids program is $50 per student and will take place in the PCMS gymnasium. Payment can be made by cash, check made payable to Patrick French or by PayPal via the form below.

Please register each child individually. We apologize for the inconvenience.






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