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The Improv Capital
of the Inland Northwest

Your improv adventure starts here!

Kids/Teens

Age 7-18

Improv Summer Camp
July 15-19th

Our first full-day camp!
Discover the essentials of improvisation, creative thinking, and scene building! 

Fun with Improv
July 29-Aug 2

This week-long morning camp is designed to help you break out of your comfort zone and explore the creativity of improv games!

Sketch Camp
Aug 12-16

In this week-long morning camp you'll discover how to apply improv fundamentals to write and craft engaging sketches. 

Adults

Age 18+

Ready, Set, Improv!
July - August 2024

'I Can't Sing'
July - August 2024

Intro to Improv
September - October 2024

Develop the skills to collaborate effectively with fellow improvisers and craft engaging and entertaining short-form shows. (Intro to Improv or previous improv experience is required.)

Are you looking to enhance your musical skills and discover the art of creating songs on the spot?

Ideal for improvisers seeking to expand their musical abilities or individuals new to musical improv. 

Our introduction to improv course is for everyone! Whether you're an improv veteran looking to get a brush-up on the basics or someone who's never even heard of improv until you came to our site, our introductory course is for you! 

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Upcoming Classes

There is something for everyone from ages 7 to 100 and beyond.
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Give the gift of
laughter and learning

Discover the joy of learning through laughter with Spokane School of Improv Gift Cards!

Perfect for friends, family, or yourself, our gift cards unlock a world of improv classes for all ages.

Make any occasion unforgettable with this unique gift. In amounts of $25, $50, $100, or any custom amount you choose.

Erin O'Halloran Foerg Youth Fund

The Youth Fund was established by the School of Improv's parent organization, The Blue Door Theatre, in recognition of Erin’s retirement after 15 years of service. Her leadership, hard work, and time kept the theater operating and growing over the years. She maintained a commitment to kids and youth doing improv and kept costs low for youth in our community. ​

This fund provides scholarships for Spokane School of Improv classes and camps. It also helps fund Improv League.  

We appreciate your generosity. 

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