Improv for Tweens and Teens

Free series of acting classes at Howland

The Howland Public Library in Beacon will kick off a three-week improvisational acting workshop for middle and high school students on Saturday, Nov. 5. It will continue for the next two consecutive Saturday afternoons. Taught by Chris Blesdoe of Improv Patrol, the sessions will provide instruction on acting skills and how to prepare and work as a team.

The program is free but participants must register by calling 845-831-1164, ext. 101, or emailing community@beaconlibrary.org.


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