Free Workshop: Improvisational Techniques for Deaf Theatre by Joey Caverly
by Joey Caverly
March 23, 2019 (Saturday)
Kent State University at Trumbull
Using techniques applied in Deaf Theatre, participants will undergo a transformative experience that empowers students to explore improv with sign language. These techniques will help participants build trusting relationships, hone listening skills, and adapt effectively to situations. This workshop will be led by Joey Caverly, a veteran to improv, an actor who has worked on Broadway (Children of a Lesser God) and television (Chicago Med), a director of stage theatre — and is the founding member of the Royal 46 Kazoo Band of Walla Walla, Washington.
All participants with varying American Sign Language skills are welcome to participate in this free workshop; no registration required. Student attendance verification tickets will be provided for class credit options.