Improv Workshop for Anxiety with Cameron Algie
This workshop is an introduction to how improv can help with anxiety. Through playing silly improv games and laughing, you’re doing “the work” without having it feel like work. We’ll play with concepts like being in the moment, connecting with others, and laughing at our own mistakes. Let’s play!
Cameron was a shy kid who grew into an anxious and depressed adult. In desperation, he took improv classes, and did a lot of self-help stuff. Now he’s joyful and confident, and wants to help others. He founded Play With Fire Improv where he teaches Play Anxiety Away, and also teaches at Second City and Seneca College. Instead of shy and anxious, he’s way louder and laughier.
When: Friday, July 15, 2016, 2:30p.m.-4:30p.m.
Where: Ryerson University, EPH201 / 87 Gerrard Street East, Eric Palin Hall, Room 201
Who: This is open to the public/community and to celebrants of Mad Pride Week.
Registration: We invite you to register below as space is limited. However, we will be keeping a few spaces open for walk-ins. Don’t forget to check-out the rest of the schedule for more events.
This event is free to attend. To register, fill in the form below or send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org