Voodoo School Of Improv Comedy Classes
Presenting the Voodoo's Denver improv comedy training program, the Voodoo School Of Improv! Our instructors have performed and taught all across the country and the world, with a combined experience of over 30 years, at world famous improv theaters like iO West, iO Chicago, Second City, Annoyance, UCB, and more. Our Denver improv comedy classes are perfect for all skill levels, whether you're just starting out or you've been performing for awhile, and people from all walks of life are welcome (not just performers)!
Each Voodoo School of Improv class session runs for 8 weeks, and each class is 3 hours long. At the end of each session, all students perform in a Student Showcase for their friends and family! Check below for our current class roster and to sign up. New classes start every 8 weeks! Join us and discover the power of "Yes, And..."!
No students under the age of 18 will be permitted.
Level 1 at the Voodoo School Of Improv is dedicated to FUN and finding yourself as an improviser. You’ll learn not only HOW to begin improvising, but WHY to begin improvising. You’ll explore the core concept of “Yes, And…” and how it relates to life both onstage and offstage. You’ll discover ways to hear and enhance your inner voice. Most of all, you’ll have a BLAST! This class takes place at the Savoy at Curtis Park, 2700 Arapahoe St.
Prerequisites: none, this class is open to all experience levels!
Note: class tuition is non-refundable. In the event that students are unable to attend the class, tuition can be credited to future classes.
$259 ($229 early bird registration up to 2 weeks before session begins)
Raised in Denver, Allison started her Improv & Acting career right here in the best city ever. After 16 Years Studying and Playing in New York & LA, Allison is happy to call Denver, home again. In addition to improvising and acting here in Colorado, Allison currently owns 11 Franchise locations of The Dinner Detective, America's largest interactive murder mystery dinner show!
Ashley is a native of Colorado who has been improvising in Denver for several years with different long form and short form teams. In recent years she has also moved into teaching and directing. With a passion for education, Ashley has enjoyed working with students from middle school through adulthood. In her spare time Ashley collects toy school buses and is studying to become a doctor, but not a real doctor, so if you are physically hurt please don't expect her to save your life.
Born in New Orleans, Louisiana, Corey is no stranger to Voodoo. With experience as a model, commercial actor, improvisor and sketch writer he's no stranger to performing either. An original intern at Voodoo Comedy Playhouse, he's demonstrated the hard work and dedication it takes to be a successful improvisor.
Dave is an Improvisor and Auditor, originally from Cleveland, OH. When he's not watching Alfred Hitchcock movies he's performing and teaching improv, talking about the Cleveland Browns, or walking his dog(s). While he loves Hitchcock movies and performing onstage, he's in the show mostly for the free booze.
Heather performs all over town on various teams including The Secret Service, Plain White She's, Soundbox: Musical Improv, and G.R.I.T.S.: Girls Raised in the South. She was voted one-half of Colorado's "Best Improv Duo" at the 2014 Colorado Improv Awards, "Best Character Improviser" at the 2015 Colorado Improv Awards, and had the honor of performing on the main stage at Second City at the 2013 Chicago Improv Festival. She is thrilled to put her skills as an educator and coach into practice as the Level 3 teacher at Voodoo Comedy Playhouse and loves the energy and excitement that comes with being around students new to the joy that is improv.
Steve Wilder is an alumnus of iO West and Second City Hollywood and has been improvising and performing for over 23 years. He has performed with and studied under Michael Pollock, the musical director of Second City Hollywood and the premier improv accompanist in the country, and Shulie Cowen, the founder and director of Opening Night: The Improvised Musical in Hollywood. Steve has had the pleasure of performing and teaching at the Los Angeles Improv Festival; the New York Musical Improv Festival; the New York Improv Festival; the Out Of Bounds Comedy Festival in Austin, Texas; the Montreal Improv Festival; the Duke City Improv Festival in Albuquerque, New Mexico; and the Denver Improv Festival and Colorado Improv Festival.