HUMORTECH’S MOST FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQs)
"Improv" is a shortened version of the word "improvisational". It simply means to perform without preparation or to just be spontaneous. Since the suggestions for most of the games played on stage, in corporate settings, or in the classroom are based on audience suggestions, you can easily see how there is no way to plan for what will happen. That’s where all the fun comes from.
This is a term Terry came up with to describe her corporate programs. One of the most critical elements necessary to rejuvenate a company’s creative juices is humor. The humor is an outcome of doing things spontaneously in groups. This process fosters an openness and willingness to try new concepts and create deeper bonds between coworkers.
Please visit HumorTech's contact information page to request more information.
HumorTech’s corporate program fees vary depending on what you ask Terry to do and how much time you ask her to work. Typically, the prices range from $3,000 to $8,000.
All of Terry Sand’s improv classes are taught in the San Francisco Bay Area. Primarily, her regular improv class is taught at The Red Morton Community Center in Redwood City on Tuesday evenings from 7:00 to 9:00p.m.
Please visit the improv class information page for more details.
For more information on participating in a Red Herrings improv show or volunteer opportunities for help in staging a show, please visit the Red Herrings information page.
Please visit the improv show schedule page for more details about upcoming shows and how to attend or participate in them.
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