Atlas Improv's philosophy emphasizes character-based storytelling, and, through our classes, we pass it on to our students. Besides being fun, comprehensive, diverse, and dynamic, our classes also build confidence, teamwork, leadership, and decision-making skills. Call (608) 259-9999
today for more information or to register.
Just want to dip your toes in the gentle waters of improv? Get a sampling at our monthly free class! Laugh, play games, and feel the freedom of a blank canvas. It's open to everyone, so bring a friend and join us for some fun!
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Lose inhibitions, make some friends, and learn the basics of improvisation in our introductory course. This ten-week class meets once a week and is taught by our trained professionals. We'll give you top-notch training in pantomime, characters, and story-telling, while preparing for a performance on the Atlas Improv Co. stage. The class costs $185 or $130 for students, educators and veterans. No previous experience necessary.
Saturdays 1-3 PM
– Starts February 11 – Sold Out
Mondays 7-9 PM
– Starts February 13 – Sold Out
Wednesdays 7-9 PM
– Starts February 15 – Sold Out
Tuesdays 7-9 PM
– Starts February 21 – Sold Out
Thursdays 7-9 PM
– Starts February 16 – Sold Out
Our class shows are deliciously sponsored by Roman Candle Pizzeria
! Get a slice at one of their locations in Madison, Middleton, Fitchburg or Milwaukee!
We're always looking for new talent. Check out when our next open auditions are here
Call (608) 259-9999
to register. We can take your registration over the phone with a credit card or in person at our shows. You may also mail us a check at 609 E Washington Ave, Madison, Wisconsin 53703. Payment is non-refundable and must be received to guarantee a spot in the class. Registration is processed on a first come, first served basis, as class sizes are limited.
All classes meet at the 609 E Washington Avenue
"I took the level I because I wanted to improve in something that scared me. I took level II because level I was so much fun."
"Each week we built on previous lessons. I had fun every week, felt challenged each class, and learned something new each week."
"The instructors were nothing but helpful and encouraging."
"It was great! I still can't believe I did it. I remember seeing an improv show a couple of years ago for the first time, feeling nervous FOR the performers."
"I took improv because I wanted to keep my mind sharp. Stay on my toes! Specific goals were to develop characters and try out different personalities."