Josef found trust in himself and others through improv.

I just have fun, get to laugh, and connect! Joseph Salazar Josef Salazar Student Spotlight In His Own Words Data Analyst during the day, I work from home. And in the community I’m just a Fun Guy! I Started Improv in Sacramento. I get to be silly, playful, and goofy, … Read More

Student Elijah Moore = Improv + Math!?

We love to hear from our students and our community. Elijah is one of those students who makes our community so much richer! In His Own Words My name is Elijah Moore, and I teach kids math. The kids I work with who need help with math tend to either … Read More

Auditions for Sketch and Musical Improv Shows

Sketch Show Working Title:  “Radioactive Graveyard” Who we are looking for:  You should love satire (political and social), you should have at least one year of improv under your belt (but not totally required but at least completed Level 4), and if you have improv to sketch or Second City training that’s a … Read More

Finding Friends and Freedom in Improv

Finding freedom and friends in improv with Aaron Casarrubias

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

How Improv Helped Brenna Follow Her Feet and Increase Her Happiness

how improv helped brenna find happiness

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