ESML Improvisation Class
This class uses improvisation and theatre games to tap into the creative abilities of individuals experiencing early stage memory loss (ESML) and their care partners. Improv participants engage fully in the present, making improvisation a perfect theatre class for students with ESML. There is no memory requirement, just the delight of participation in a creative experience that releases the imagination while giving a sense of accomplishment, self-confidence and social enrichment. Participants learn new things, interact socially and live creatively in the moment. The class taught by theatre professionals from Taproot Threatre. Highly recommended for both care partners and those experiencing ESML.
Classes have recently been held in Seattle and Edmunds.
Check the calendar to see if there is an improvisation class on the second Monday each the month from 2:30 to 3:30 right before the Greenwood Alzheimer's cafe which starts at 3:30. Both are held at the Taproot Theater.
To find out when and where the next classes are and associated costs, refer to the Momentia Calendar or contact the Pam Nolte, Taproot Theatre Co-founder/Community Liaison at 206.529.3671.