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nothing like improv



A few weeks ago, NPR published an article about the many benefits of improv with contributions from a friend of mine, Clay Drink, PhD. Clay is the author of the incredibly practical, delightful and helpful, Play Your Way Sane.



Not longer after, the University of Michigan published a study showing the impact improv has on teens (and everybody) being able to handle uncertainty. Not like life is full of that or anything...

This is, of course, stuff we at UnScripted already know because we see it with every class we teach, but it is awesome to see improv get more and more exposure- especially around young people and mental health.




Come join us for an upcoming class or buy a gift card to be sure you (or a loved one) connect with us on classes yet to be announced!

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