Here's some info about the wonderful people running workshops this year!
You don't want to miss these!
A seasoned improvisational theater performer of more than 15 years, and a certified laughter yoga leader, Amy Angelilli also teaches classes for the stage and facilitates workshops for real world personal and professional application. She is a graduate of Philadelphia’s ComedySportz School of Improvisation and Denver’s Bovine Metropolis Theater School of Improvisation. She has performed in the 2019, 2018, 2017 and 2016 Palm Beach Improv Festivals, the 2019 Wasatch Improv Festival, the 2019 and the 2018 Countdown Improv Festivals, the 2018 Alaska State Improv Festival, the 2017 3-2-1 Improv Festival, the 2017 Omaha Improv Festival, the 2017 Miami Improv Festival, the 2016 and 2015 Tampa Improv Festivals, the 2015 Boulder International Fringe Festival, the 2015 and 2014 Colorado Improv Festivals, Duofest 2015 and the 2014 Denver Improv Festival. She currently plays in “Tiny Town” – secrets of St. Augustine revealed through audience suggestions, “It’s All About Amy” – the story of her life, and, “3 Blind Dates” – a romantic comedy. These unscripted theater experiences she created, directs and produces. As Chief Adventure Officer of The Adventure Project, she has facilitated “playshops” for improv festivals, adult summer camps, spiritual centers, yoga communities, retreats and businesses. She is a member of the Applied Improvisation Network and has presented at the 2017, 2015 and 2014 Applied Improvisation Network World Conferences. Currently she heads up a five-level improv training center at Limelight Theatre in St. Augustine, Florida. She has facilitated play experiences for people from 9 to 92 and every age in between – at home and abroad. And, she believes everyone can benefit from an improv mindset!
Bill Arnett, founder of the Chicago Improv Studio and author of The Complete Improviser, is known as a good-natured teacher with an empowering approach to improv. He started improvising at the University of Florida in 1992 before moving to Chicago in 1998. He has been a part of several acclaimed ensembles including People of Earth, Maximum Party Zone and 3033. After 12 years of teaching at the iO Theater and 18 months as the Training Center Director Bill left to start the Chicago Improv Studio, a stage-focused training and performance company that takes a non-traditional approach to improv. More information about the Improv Studio and a link to Bill’s long-running blog can be found at chicagoimprovstudio.com