We are fortunate to have a troupe full of talented musicians who decided to bring their instruments along for our trip to Chicago. Here are a couple clips of them jamming in our cabin at Cedar Point and in the van en route home from Pittsburgh.
The second week of S.I.C.K. was another big success as we built on our campers' first week of training to tackle character development for games like Dream Analysis and Poetry Corner during Mild Wings. Hot Wings introduced us to a crew of high school students who quickly coalesced into a troupe that tackled a variety of games and built to a grand finale of Bucket of Fun.
We're already looking forward to expanding S.I.C.K. next summer! Stay tuned for more information.
Last week was our first ever Summer Improv Camp for Kids (S.I.C.K.), and it was an incredible experience. We had a total of 24 middle school students who participated in two different sets of "Boneless Wings" workshops before presenting a full performance for their friends and family. The kids all did amazingly...honestly, they were hilarious and remembered all the lessons we taught them throughout the week!
After our showcase, Max noted that helping to teach the campers benefitted him as a performer because turning a critical eye on the process reinforced many basic lessons for him.
Now we get to do two more sessions: "Mild Wings" (a follow-up to last week) and "Hot Wings" (a program for high school students). Once we get photo release consent from the participants' parents, we'll post some pictures here.