* Think quickly.
* Public speaking.
* Character study.
* React positively.
* Deal with change.
* Make great decisions.
* Overcoming obstacles.
* Fresh, fun and playful.
* Develop leadership skills.
* Stretch your creative skills.
* Increase openness to events.
* Create innovative approaches.
* Creative solutions to problems.
* Welcoming community for artists.
* Experience laughter and comedy.
* Improve rehearsals and auditions.
* Experience the ensemble process.
* Encourage uninhibited self-growth.
* Learn to fail gracefully with good nature.
* Create memorable and entertaining theatre.
* Develop interpersonal communication skills.
* Further enhance your career as a performer.
* Learn helpful acting skills and important life skills.
* Develop creativity, imagination and unpredictability.
* Be more relaxed and confident while expressing yourself.
* Get a taste of the stage in a non-threatening environment.
* Think on your feet, keep you on your toes, and lighten your step.
* Connect and interact in active, involved, up-on-your-feet learning.
* Discover your own artistic voice, both individually and within a group.
* Experience the liberation of saying "yes" to whatever is thrown at you.
* Learn how to create real characters with impassioned points of view and humor.
* Make mistakes, take risks and chances, and explore dangerous territory in a safe, supportive environment.
* Actors, writers, comedians, stand-ups, attorneys, students and teachers: be more comfortable on your feet.
* Develop the ability to create full-blown scenes, and to entertain an audience, with nothing prepared in advance.
* Create and flesh-out strong characters, relationships, objectives, story lines and environments instantly, on demand.