Improv is a powerful way to help you be your best self as you navigate change. You will be surrounded by an undeniably supportive group of people, you’ll delight in the play that fuels positivity during life’s challenges, and you’ll practice ‘jumping in.’...

Before improv, I was a shy kid and in some ways, I still kind of am. And I believe that improv has taught me to really be in that present zone where you don’t think too far ahead or behind. You’re able to feel where you’re at, which makes it much easier to manage stress and anxiety from everyday things in life. ...

I feel like I belong here at BNW SU. It feels like a family connection. Even after my first class ended and we went our separate ways, there’s an understanding that we can still rely on each other in our own separate journeys. ...

I’m so grateful for the opportunity to take classes at the BNW SU and I’m very appreciate of BNW and what it’s taught me. It’s a process that I look forward to continuing by taking more classes. Doing improv reminds me of being a child again. And I figure, what’s greater than that?...

I feel that my new perspective with improv makes me a better person and a better partner. It probably makes me easier to live with because I’m more responsive, a better listener and more willing to agree and be aware of how much I disagree....

Our motto at the Brave New Workshop Student Union (BNW SU) is “Improv for Everyone. Improv for Life. Improv for Good.” Some of you reading this right now might be saying to yourself, well not EVERYONE…not ME. I hear this a lot. When I hear these comments I always try to demystify the practice of improvisation and dispel the myth that it’s an art form reserved only for the young, funny and bold. It really...

I began taking improv classes because I needed to have more socialization in my life. I experienced feelings of loneliness and isolation and needed to meet new people. I love the community and I look forward to the laughs. This has made my life whole again....

There are a lot of nice people here at the BNW SU, and I am thankful to my improv experience that I can count many of them among my friends. From interacting with a diverse group of people and improvisers, I have found “improv for everyone” to be true. You will find a home here. And you will make change happen when you commit to showing up and being brave. ...

After week two or three of class in Everyday Improv 1, we started going out after class and we pretty much haven’t stopped. Sometimes we’ll even hang out on the weekends. We’ve become legitimately really good friends. ...

Improv has made me more aware of things that I’m doing in my life. It’s like a magnifying glass that helps you examine your intentions and figure out why you’re doing the things that you do. Once I embraced improv, it was much easier for me to identify places in my life where I was already saying “Yes, and” which made it easier to find new opportunities to do so....