Everyone can develop new skills through Highwood’s workshops, students and teachers alike. Our collaborative workshops, led by professional theatre artists, provide an opportunity to learn to respect everyone’s individual contributions and use them as part of a larger whole. Your group will grow together as an ensemble, develop an appreciation for collaborating with peers, be willing to take risks, and explore their creativity. Workshops may be a one-time event or an ongoing series of classes.
ADULT TEAM BUILDING
Work and grow together as a team as your teachers and staff take part in improvisational exercises and create improvised stories. The workshop helps to strengthen your group's sense of ensemble and support all while having lots of fun.
USING IMPROV IN THE CLASSROOM
Learn how improv exercises and games can be used within a classroom in order to support your curriculum, enhance subject relatability and excite your students about learning.
All workshops are available on a one-time basis, a four-workshop series, either-workshop series, or on a continuing basis.
Each class focuses on one specific fundamental improv concept through the use of physical improvisational exercises.
A professional movement specialist provides theatre movement workshops that help to promote self-expression and a healthy, active lifestyle.
A professional dancer and choreographer leads an Introduction to Dance class (with a focus on Jazz) which will develop interest and skills in the students.
OTHER THEATRICAL AREAS
A master in a specific field of theatre provides classes or workshops that give instruction and hands on experience.
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The Highwood Theatre is supported in part by funding from the Montgomery County government and the Arts and Humanities Council of Montgomery County, the S. Kann Sons Company Foundation, the William and Karen Tell Foundation, the Robert N. Alfandre Foundation, Wenger Corporation, and West Wing Writers.