Five actors creating a scene: one center on the ground; one behind, arms raised; others in motion around. Offset line-drawings of their bodies are scribbled on top

Drop-in improvisation classes are an accessible and fresh way of experiencing the thrill of improv.

No prior experience is necessary, but experienced actors and improvisers looking to get some reps in are also welcome! We will explore the full range of improvisation exercises influenced by Augusto Boal, Viola Spolin, and others — some comedic, some experimental, all expressive and fun!

Expect to laugh, meet new friends, move your body, and develop skills helpful for improv, acting, stand-up, sketch comedy, business, and everyday life.


These classes are welcome to everyone, with a special invitation to artists who are LGBTQIA, BIPOC, femme-identified, or formerly incarcerated. All donations support our hybrid performance work, including arts programming in prisons.

Let us know you're coming!

Drop ins are welcome, but an RSVP helps us know what to plan for.


Sketch of Misty Saribal

Misty Saribal (she/her)

Misty Saribal (she/her) is an experienced improv instructor, certified Theater of The Oppressed (TO) Joker, President of the Baton Rouge Improv Festival, and rebel theatre performance artist Misty holds a doctorate in Performance Studies from Louisiana State University. Her unique style of academic satire can be found at