Improv is for everyone
Improv isn’t just for Comedians and Performers. It teaches clearer communication, faster thinking, improved creativity and confidence, and more. But don’t take our word for it, listen to what LMA Students have to say about their experience and then read: Who Should Take Improv & Why.
The future is sketchy
Do you love Sketch Comedy? Do you scour YouTube for the latest Saturday Night Live episodes? Do you aspire to write, perform, or produce funny things for other people to watch? LMA’s comedy writing classes, improv-to-sketch training, and our production arm, Comedy & Co. can help you find a future in the funny business.
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LMA’s custom tailored Professional Development Programs will improve your team’s presentation, communication and collaboration skills, help them to think quickly, react confidently, and behave authentically, as well as provide invaluable tools for idea generation and innovation.
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SIX GOOD REASONS TO CHOOSE LMA
Our teachers have trained at the top schools in LA and Chicago, the official birthplace of Improv & Sketch comedy.
Unlike other schools, our classes are around 15 people so everyone gets lots of personal attention and instruction.
We Teach What You Watch
The people you love on TV and in films, from Tina Fey to Steve Carell, all trained in Long Form Improv.
We Got Your Back!
Some schools focus on “winning,” but improv isn’t a sport. We’re collaborative, not competitive.
Our Level 1 Improv Classes are as much about becoming a better human as they are about being funny.
Most schools only have one performance venue. We have lots, so there’s always somewhere you can get on stage and play.
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This class changed my life. I’ve become more open and kind. I feel safe speaking what lies in my heart, and know how to say it so that I am understood. I am forming more meaningful relationships, and now seeing vistas I never thought existed, or that I deserved.
I’ve learned how to let go of idea ownership and credit, and just get on with building things together as a team.
This class helped me to be more spontaneous and enjoy a new found confidence.
The truth is, judging yourself gets you nowhere. You are your own worst critic. Improv teaches you not to restrict yourself, and once the shackles are off, you can make anything work. Plus it’s heaps fun!