Improv Shenanigans takes place every Tuesday at The Annex Community Classroom!

* Anyone 19+ welcome to attend.
* Workshop is free to attend, although donations are never refused.
* Door opens at 7:30
* Hang out, bring your dinner if you want, socialize til 8pm
* No entry after 8pm
* 8-8:15 ~ Plan of Attack (discuss the topic for the evening)
* 8:15-8:30 ~ warm ups
* 8:30 - 9:20 ~ Attack (play improv games)
* 9:20 - 9:30 ~ Cool Down, Pack Up, Exchange Info
* 9:30 - 9:45 ~ Get out, go home or to Denny's, actually, anywhere ya wanna go as long as you leave.

Improv Shenanigans

This weekly Tuesday evening drop in Improv Workshop is for anyone who performs on stage, wants to perform on stage, already likes to do improv or wants to learn improv, or is looking for something fun to do. All experience levels welcome. This workshop is hosted by Brainard Starling or Winnie Wenglewick (when Brainard isn't available)

During this class you can expect to learn fundamental improv skills, practical exercises, and tips/tricks for problem solving during a scene all with plenty of time to workshop your new skills and have a little fun while doing it. So come join us for an all-experience-level, judgment-free atmosphere for practicing a skill that you can use in more ways than you’d think.

Improv Shenanigans will offer a different perspective each week on a rotating basis. You do not have to attend in any order, just attend when you can\want.

Brainard Starling has been a premier character actor from Boulder to Colorado Springs since 2008. He has taught a variety of classes in the Denver area from 2014 until Covid. He has created and performed over 200 different characters. He also runs the Improv Shenanigans class on Tuesday nights. The creativity of acting and teaching balance the extremely boring day job he has and is cheaper than therapy.

Winnie Wenglewick has owned Denver's Dangerous Theatre since 2007. She got her start in theatre over 30 years ago working for the Orlando International Fringe Theater Festival. She loves original works with only a few actors. She has produced a couple dozen productions at Dangerous Theatre and has directed most of them. She has also written a number of plays and finds herself on stage nearly as often as she has directed. Her education is in psychology and business and all her theatre endeavors have been self taught. She hopes that eventually enough people come to these classes so she never has to hold an audition ever again. She HATES auditions.

About the venue:
The Annex Community Classroom is a space dedicated to learning of all kinds and nextdoor to the PLAY*GROUND for Playwrights & Performers.