Maggie shares why she started improv classes and how it helped her gain friends and confidence.
Finding friends and freedom in an improv class is something that is both unexpected and wonderful. When improv helps in unexpected ways, the surprise, the gratitude these are the gifts that we love to see in our students. Aaron is one of our students that you can tell improv has … Read More
We are privileged to be a part of someone’s journey. Many people who come take a class with us have fun and even life-changing experiences. But it’s such a treat when we get to hear how someone took the “yes, and” that they learned from us and took it to … Read More
We love to hear from our students and our community. Rich just makes us feel so good. From his joyful presence to his kind and thoughtful words, we’re kind of blushing. In His Own Words There’s a version of this guy that shows up here that I would like to … Read More
Brenna Judkins, once held back by agoraphobia, bravely shares how improv helped take steps to expand her comfort zone. Her big improv takeaway… “follow your feet!” Watch the 2-minute student spotlight video In Brenna’s Own Words: “I just finished Level 3 and I’ve been going to FCI since May of … Read More
Position Summary Did you watch Roadhouse and think, “I’m Dalton”? Or Cocktail and think, “I’m Flanagan!” Here’s your chance! Well… the California improv comedy theater version. Meaning, someone personable and reliable that can help with security and also pitch in when needed at the box office/bar. Before, during, and after … Read More
Niki Kalmus, is not only an awesome improv teacher and performer at FCI, she is a 2020 Masters of Public Policy candidate at UCSD. She was recently featured on the UCSD Global Policy and Strategy website talking about how improv helped her find her voice. Check out the full article … Read More
Impride, our LGBTQ+ charity improv festival, celebrated its fourth year this June and has now raised over $10,000 dollars for local LGBTQ+ charities in its time! This year, festival founder and organizer Jesse Suphan, brought 21 improv teams representing 2 countries 8 workshops, raising $2500 for SD Pride youth programs … Read More