Camprov (aka “Whose Improv Camp Is It Anyway?”)

Camprov (aka “Whose Improv Camp Is It Anyway?”) 

Dates/times:  June 15-19, 1 p.m. – 4 p.m. 

Students entering grades 5 – 12 (open to both boys and girls)

Limited to the first 20-25 paid registrants. 

Cost:  $120 if registered by June 1; $140 if registered after June 1 ($15 discount per student for sibling registered; registration fee refunded for 5 referrals)


This camp is a five-day enrichment program, designed by an alum of Second City (famous alums include Chris Farley and Tina Fey), to teach students the fundamentals of improvisation and comedic impressions. Through fun games and exercises, students will learn basics such as bold initiation, listening, agreement, heightening, object work, and environment work. Students will also learn to improvise in order to establish character, relate to their scene partners, develop ensemble work, and engage with audiences. This camp is perfect for students interested in theater, interested in comedy, interested in breaking out of their comfort zones, or just interested in a fun way to spend a week of their summer. Camprov will culminate with either a video project or a live improv performance. No improvisation experience is necessary. 


Note:  Checks should be made out to Tim Jones and payment is due by day 1 of camp. Checks can be mailed to Trinity High School, Attn: Tim Jones, 4011 Shelbyville Road, Louisville, KY 40207. 

For additional information contact:

Camp Director Tim Jones

Camp Registration



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