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Improv Workshop: Mining Joy with Jenny Rubé

January 26, 2019 @ 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

🔥Mining Joy with Jenny Rubé🔥


An improviser has a million questions running through their head at any given moment on stage, and it can be overwhelming to tackle them all.This is the “self-care” portion of improv where you get to be honest with yourself and discover what makes you happiest on stage, and how you can use that happiness to build stronger improv scenes centered around the content you love without over-thinking it or getting bogged down by the who, what, where, how, and why. One of the most trustworthy approaches is to have ‘joy’ be the bus driver to get them all to where they need to be. Jenny will provide you with simple and effective tools to help elevate your scene work by tapping in to the old joy mine to let the magic flow out. In this workshop, you will learn a variety of tools to help you keep joy in the driver seat, making for interesting, dynamic, fun-to-watch-and-fun-to-be-in improv.

Requirements: Intermediate Improv Experience
Saturday 12:30pm to 2:30, $30/person, Little Mountain Gallery



By way of Edmonton, Alberta, Jenny Rubé is an actor, improvisor and sketch comedian currently based in Vancouver, BC.Jenny has trained at Rapid Fire Theatre and Blind Tiger Comedy. She has performed throughout North America in places like New York and Bellingham, and performs frequently in local comedy show staples at the China Cloud, Little Mountain Gallery, and Havana Theatre. She is one half of comedy duo Robes, one fourth of Blind Tiger House Team Szyslak, and is the founder and one tenth of Nasty Women Comedy.


January 26, 2019
12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

Health officials in British Columbia and nationally have restricted all public gatherings in order to combat the spread of COVID-19 and closed all non-essential businesses.

Little Mountain Gallery is a shared community space and has supported our showrunners in choosing to cancel their performances to encourage social isolation and prevent the spread of this illness.

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