Improv workshop offered over school vacation
The Jamestown library will offer an workshop on improvisation for 10to 14-year-olds on Thursday, Feb. 23, from 1to 2 p.m. Conducted by Keith Munslow, the workshop is about making it up as you go. It will feature a mix of theatrical warmups and comedy improv games like those performed on “Whose Line Is It Anyway?”
As a performer, Munslow has entertained thousands of people at shows throughout New England and beyond. For the past seven years, he has performed as a storyteller, musician, and cartoonist at schools, libraries, and festivals. A longtime member of Big Nazo Puppets, he also served for 10 years as the in-house composer for Perishable Theatre’s “Shows for Young Audiences” series. He currently teaches performance at Rhode Island School of Design’s young artist program. Munslow is a longtime member of the board of directors of local Arts Incubator AS220, where he maintains a studio.
Registration for this program begins Thursday, Feb. 9. Visit or call the library to register. Attendance is limited to 20 participants.
For more information about programs at the library call 423-7280, or look at the calendar of events on the library’s Web site at http://www.jamestownri.com/library/.
The improv program is sponsored by the Friends of Jamestown Library.