Team Building with Improv

Improvisation isn’t about telling jokes, or even being funny; it is really so much more...
Improv is proving to be one of the most essential skills that we can learn for both our personal and professional lives.

This incredible art form instills creativity, spontaneity, problem-solving skills, leadership, communication, speaking and negotiation skills, it can reduce stress and more. Through team building ‘playshops’ your people will learn how improv is an antidote for negativity, how it breaks down barriers allowing a new understanding, thus new ideas.

Interactive exercises and mixed with explanations of how this fantastic skill works, your group will be learning these incredible skills with ease, while gaining what they need to compete in such a demanding, fast-paced workplace. Improv will teach your group how to be true to themselves while living in the moment as they use the magic of “Yes and…”

In improv like in business and life, you never know what is going to happen next, so you just have to improvise!

Please call Mary Coyle at Mark Ridley’s Comedy Castle at (248) 542-9900, or Karen Bell-Brege at (248) 890-5363 for more information on this life enhancing training.
*Catering is also available.

 Karen’s Bio:
Karen Bell-Brege studied improv at Second City in Chicago. She also took a Master improv class with the founder of Second City, the late Paul Sills.  She founded, directed and performed in Totally Unrehearsed Theatre, which performed weekly at the Comedy Castle for 13 years. She continues to give keynote speeches and training seminars to major corporations, associations, health care organizations, libraries, schools and events on the importance and skill of improvisation. She does voice-overs, impersonations on radio, and has done character voices for Hasbro and Universal Interactive, and has acted in many television commercials. 
Bell-Brege is also an author with 11 children’s books published. As a former Communications Specialist for UAW-Chrysler, she won a Telly Award for writing and co-directing. Bell-Brege was on radio as a broadcaster and writer for a television station. She toured nationally for Working Woman Magazine as a commentator. She is a graduate of Brown Institute, and a member of the National Speakers Association, and the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators. Yet, she insists the best skill she has ever learned is being able to improvise.



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