Improv is a fun and energetic environment that encourages young students to use their imagination, creativity, and quick thinking skills to create scenes and characters on the spot. Taught by Isabella Shibuta, this class typically starts with warm-up exercises that promote teamwork and focus, such as group storytelling or improvisational games that involve miming or making sound effects. They also practice different character voices and physical movements to help them bring their scenes to life. An improv class for kids can be a great way to help young students build their self-confidence, develop their creativity, and have fun in a supportive and inclusive environment.