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Mondays | Learn musical improv and create songs, scenes and a show!

  • Ended
  • 260 US dollars
  • Kismet Improv

About this Class

Unleash the hilarious Broadway star within you and embark on a journey into the world of musical improvisation. In eight weeks, you'll learn the art of creating unscripted songs and become a confident musical improviser. ✨ Open to All Levels: No musical or improv experience required Whether you're a seasoned performer or stepping onto the stage for the first time, this course is tailored for everyone. 🎤 Build Your Skills: Develop the confidence to sing improvised songs on stage Gain insights into the key elements that make improvised songs successful 🌟 Engaging Curriculum: Dive into a curriculum designed for both beginners and those with prior experience Explore a variety of musical improv games that make learning enjoyable and effective 🚀 Supportive Learning Environment: Collaborate with a supportive instructor and a dynamic group of classmates Create unique musical experiences together, fostering a sense of camaraderie 🎭 Class Structure: Energizing warm-ups to get your creative juices flowing Learn fundamental musical improv concepts through hands-on exercises Apply your skills in scenes and games, refining your improvisational abilities Showcase your newfound talents in an exhilarating final performance What are you waiting for? Join us for Musical Improv 101 at Kismet! 🎶 Showcase: March 30th at 6 p.m. Instructor: Kate McGroarty Kate McGroarty is a writer, performer, and director who has enjoyed over a decade of involvement with the performing arts in Chicago, Boston, and Rhode Island. Some of her favorite performances include sold-out runs with her Chicago-based sketch group Shanna’s Mom, music improv with groups Hidden Falls and One Night Only, and tenures on ImprovBoston’s Mainstage and National Touring Company. She is a graduate of the theater program at Northwestern University and the Music Improv Conservatory and Improv Conservatory programs at The Second City Training Center in Chicago. Kate directs Kismet's musical house team, THE POP HEARTS. MD: Kate Hardly Kate Hardly is a singer-songwriter and music director in Boston. Having honed her skills at Berklee College of Music and ImprovBoston, Kate's passion is blending musicality with comedy. From the subtle tongue-in-cheek lyrics in her studio albums to her laugh-out-loud antics on stage with THE VOID, she harmonizes the worlds of comedy and music. Kate's live musical accompaniments can be heard on Friday nights with THE POP HEARTS and throughout Kismet!

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For Questions or More Information


We sponsor up to 25% of all class enrollments for scholarship and financial aid students. Scholarships are limited and awarded on a first-come, first-served basis. To request a scholarship or financial aid, please visit our scholarships page.

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About Kismet Improv


Kismet Improv brings live improv and sketch comedy to the great people of Pawtucket, R.I. every weekend. With a series of rotating shows, Kismet's commitment to keeping audiences rolling laughing has quickly made them a mainstay in Rhode Island's growing comedy hub. We also offer improv and comedy classes for all levels.

Our performers and teachers have trained nationwide. We proudly feature alumni from Second City, iO, Upright Citizens Brigade, ImprovBoston, Improv Asylum, Union Comedy, Wage House and the Providence Improv Guild. 

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