offering theatrical education classes for all ages at reasonable prices!
Open to the general public!
Discounts available for JCC and JART Members on all classes and workshops.
LaughCrafters: Comedy Improv Classes
All Levels for Adults & Teens 15+
FALL SESSION: Sept. 18th-Oct 30th (6 Weeks) More Details
Additional discounts available for JCC, JART, and SFNE Shows Alumni.
Contact 413-739-4715 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more info and to sign up.
Tuesdays starting April 4th at Mapleshade School. 4:30-5:15PM
Fall session details coming soon.
Call 413-739-4715 to sign up.
"Puppets with Phantom Sheep":Get hands on experience with different types and styles of puppetry including hand, rod, and marionettes. Throughout the course, kids will also get to design their own puppet including how to create its personality and story as they bring their fun characters to life. Taught by Eric Boucher, Jeff Tingley, and others.
Mondays 5-5:45, April-June at the Springfield JCC
"Acting Up: Intro to Improv" K-4th grade
Taught by Eric Boucher, Jeff Tingley, and Tommy Lynch
Thank you to our recent fall and winter classes in Springfield and East Longmeadow
Weekly youth improv classes return Fall 2017! Contact JCC at 413-737-4715 for more info and to sign up.
Teen Improv Workshops (Grades 6-12)
Hardwick Youth Center: May 10th. Click here for details
"Laugh Out Loud in the Library"
Agawam Library: June 27th. Click here for details
Agawam Library: Joke day celebration. July 12th. Click here for details
Westfield Anthenaeum: August 9th. Click here for details
Each can be a one day session or
series of classes.
workshop clients include:
"I HIGHLY recommend it! Great class,
great teachers, AMAZING experience!
you! I started conquering a fear tonight!
"...we had a great time! We learned so much
about how to feel comfortable and confidentin front
of a group and how to make improvisation fun and
entertaining! Again, thank you for a wonderful
“Overall, [our class] got to know each other
better, and felt comfortable working with themselves
and each other. They also learned how to think
faster on their feet.”
"Thank you for sharing the
LaughCrafters Comedy Improv with our young
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