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- Play games at every class, spreading much needed laughter in the world while developing creativity, critical thinking, presentation skills, team communication, and self confidence.
- In addition to Improv tips and tricks, Walt Frasier brings training from the classics as well as corporate team building philosophy (primarily Psychological Safety) to create a well rounded experience for both performers and business professionals.
- In addition to performing Improv Comedy off Broadway in Times Square and Touring Nationwide (5000+ shows since 2002) Walt Frasier has appeared on TV (Friend’s of the People, Billions, Blue Bloods, Royal Pains, Lilyhammer, Letterman, MTV etc) and international theater and music credits.
- Walt Frasier has produced team building corporate events for JP Morgan Chase, Morgan Stanley, HSBC, Twitter, Coach, Louis Vuitton, American Express, Master Card, Home Depot, Edy’s Grand Ice Cream, Milbank, and 100s more
- Walt Frasier has logged 1000+ hours teaching online just since March 2020. While we hope to get back to our Times Square theater/school, online has provided unique teaching moments, teaching new students worldwide and also great for focusing on the story telling element of Improv.
- Classes currently held Online via Zoom
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- $15/class (reg $25)
- $75/unlimited access four weeks
From Walt Frasier
In 2015 I discovered Project Aristotle, the four year Google study into what makes a successful team. Proving all their own hypothesis wrong, they published their findings.
The single most important factor to team success is Psychological Safety. Every team member feels a sense of value and shares in the responsibility and success of its final product.
“YES! And…”, the number one rule of Improv is Psychological Safety combined with Performance Drive. Improv, when taught and used correctly, delivers on the team promise.
We learn to trust ourselves and each other.
We learn to think out if the box while being open to new and different.
We develop a sense of purpose in our scene work and our
My level one course skips a lot of the basic levels in other schools. The goal is to get you telling stories and acting out characters and fun scenes ASAP.
If the class is not fun, you won’t learn.
Along the way we will develop deeper techniques, strong characters, new world’s, and fun story arcs.
But the key focus and my #1 rule