2017 Summer Intensives at Paul Sills’ Theater Game Center, Door County, Wisconsin
Offering week-long summer intensives in the work of American theater legends Viola Spolin and Paul Sills. Workshops meet in studios at the Sills family farm in Door County, Wisconsin, a world-famous vacation destination located on the beautiful peninsula in Lake Michigan.
Summer 2017 dates:
YOUTH PROGRAM, CHicago & L.A.
Coming soon: A new youth theater program in Los Angeles and Chicago, offering a series of classes for ages 7 through 18.
Viola Spolin’s Theater Games are a play-based system of actor training. Theater Games promote awareness of self and others, problem solving, socialization skills, cooperation, and the development of your child’s unique gifts. Spolin’s non-competitive games have been used to joyfully teach acting to generations of kids and adults, among them Oscar and Tony-Award winning actors and directors.
Sills/Spolin Theater Works educators Aretha and Neva Sills will lead the youth workshops in Los Angeles and Chicago, respectively.
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LOS ANGELES YOUTH PROGRAM
CHICAGO YOUTH PROGRAM
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WEEKEND IMPROVISATIONAL ACTING INTENSIVES IN LOS ANGELES, NEW YORK & CHICAGO THIS SPRING
Explore the improvisational acting method of Viola Spolin to enhance your training as an actor, improviser, educator, director, writer, or to experience more play in your daily life.
Coming this spring: weekend intensives in Los Angeles, New York, and Chicago!
Sidecoach Aretha Sills (granddaughter of Viola Spolin and daughter of Paul Sills) offers Spolin Theater Game workshops around the country.
Visit here to learn more about upcoming workshops this spring in Los Angeles, New York, and Chicago.
To request to be notified about upcoming workshops, please email Aretha Sills.
Sills/Spolin Theater Works educators are available to bring workshops in Theater Games and Story Theater to your school or organization. We also direct productions, offer teacher training, and speak to groups about Viola Spolin, Paul Sills, and the history of improvisational theater in America.