Join instructor Tremayne Edwards for a free, fun class of improvisational theater! Middle and high school age students will gain an understanding of how to learn the basics of improv, including creating solid scene work and fun characters, how to build exciting stories, create fascinating characters, and present them through fun improv scenes and games. After trying out the free class, we would love for you to join us in the four week online class.
After signing up, students will receive a Zoom link to participate in the live class.
Instructor: Tremayne Edwards
Tremayne is a member of the Youth Services Board. He is a graduate of Liberty University, where he studied English Literature and Fine Arts. Upon his graduation, Tremayne gained employment with the City of Lynchburg’s Parks and Recreation Department. In this role, he worked with individuals of all ages and backgrounds within the Lynchburg Community. While employed with Parks and Recreation, his work involved helping to educate citizens through programs promoting social equity, health, and wellness. Tremayne is currently employed as Director of Community Engagement with the Academy Center of the Arts. In his current role, he is helping to make arts and culture accessible to all. Outside of his professional career, Tremayne serves on the Board of Directors for Camp Kum Ba Yah, is a community volunteer to various causes, a theatre and trail lover and a nanny to all.