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What's included?

Players in the Unbreakables program will begin to learn the fundamentals of improv through short and long form games and exercises. They will begin to explore character work, be introduced to the concept of game (aka following the fun), and practice scene work.

  • A 7-week session where players will participate in exercises and activities that focus on a different theme of improv each week, from character work to scene building to practicing the concept of "yes, and".

  • Following each class, parents will receive a recap email, including an overview of focus areas of the class as well and links to age-appropriate content from our Comedy Culture Archive.

  • Parents will be invited to stop by during the final class to observe a showcase where players will perform their favorite improv exercises from the session.

  • This session is for incoming third graders through outgoing fifth graders.

  • This session will be taught by Unthinkable Co-Founder, Sarah Sommers.

TIME: 5pm - 6pm 

CLASS DATES: 7/10, 7/17, 7/24, 7/31, 8/7, 8/14, 8/21

LOCATION: Unthinkable HQ, 41 Chase Avenue, White Plains, NY 10606

Cost: $250 - Receive 15% off if you sign up with a friend or sibling!

Meet your coach

Sarah Sommers

Prior to launching Unthinkable Comedy as the Co-Founder & Chief Creative Officer, Sarah spent over a decade writing, producing and performing improv & sketch comedy throughout NYC at UCB, The PIT, and more. While building her career in strategic partnerships within the women’s equity space and co-founding her previous venture, IFundWomen, she also grew her family, all while fantasizing about how to bridge her professional expertise and passion for comedy, which is why she is now so  grateful to be doing the unthinkable! When Sarah is not grinding away at gnarly inequities facing women, nerding out on all the ways in which improv can benefit humans young and old, or coaching improv workshops for people of all ages, you can find her spending time with her family, ambitiously baking, or overfeeding snacks to her two children!

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