FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – Stage North Theatre Society is hosting an Improv for Beginners workshop hosted by Ted Sloan, but the start date is being pushed back a week.

Instead of April 21st, it will now start next week, on April 28th, and there is still room for registration.

The workshop will be every Thursday from 7 p.m. until 8:15 p.m. for everyone aged 16 and older who wants to learn about improv.

Throughout the workshop, participants can learn what improv is, how to do it, and play some games. Stage North wants to stress that this class is built for people who have never done this before and is meant to be a safe place to try new things and have fun.

The cost is $5 for every class for Stage North Members, $20 for the first class for non-members, and then $5 per class after that, with a Membership included in the first payment.

The classes will be held at Stage North at 11520 East Bypass Road.

For more information or any questions, email

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