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Spontaneous Story with Jayden Pfeifer (Grades 1 – 8)
The program will be available on March 24/25
Join theatre artist Jayden Pfeifer as we explore the skills of improvisation! Jayden will work with the students to exercise their improv muscles. Practice availability, listening, accepting, supporting, and creative expression in a supportive group environment. This active and spontaneous storytelling workshop will teach the elements of basic improv story structure. You will learn how to build narrative, invent fun and unique characters, and insert plot twists into your stories!
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Jayden Pfeifer is a Regina-based improviser, teacher, and performer whose work in improvisation, as creator and performer, has spanned the last 20 years. He was the host and creator of Red Hot Riot with Jayden Pfeifer, a comedy variety show which ran 7 seasons in Regina, and hosts TALKIES, a monthly movie-commentary show at the RPL Film Theatre. He teaches improvisation at the University of Regina, where he recently earned a Master’s degree studying Improvisation and Group Facilitation. Much of his creative and community-based work is rooted in collaborative partnership with movement and improvisation artist Johanna Bundon. Jayden is also an Artistic Associate for Curtain Razors Theatre, and most recently appeared in their productions of Live Duet, Bad Blood, Carmen Angel, Burnt Sienna, and Untitled Peter Tripp Project.