Student Clubs: Brock Improv

Student Clubs: Brock Improv

Clubs are a great way to explore new ideas, meet new people, and enhance your university experience. We have invited humanities clubs to share a little bit about their plans for the 2016-2017 year in their own words. You can find a brief directory of student clubs on our Student Clubs page.

Brock Improv is a fun, inclusive club that welcomes any one who is interested in performing, watching, or just enjoying comedy or improv.

Club members meet Mondays 7-10 at Academic East 102 and Wednesdays 8-10 at Welch Hall 209 to practice improv skills. We also have some shows coming up!

The Improv group is a great community to be part of. Participating in improve creates a tight bond between people as well as building confidence for everyone.

Improv skills are versatile, helping in various life situations from small presentations and job interviews, to performance and comedy. Improv skills include developing quick wit, story telling, building relationships, living in the moment, and problem solving.

The shows are entertaining both to watch and to be a part of. We give out prizes and all the shows are pay what you can, in order to be affordable. We include  live-action “Whose Line is it Anyway” games that people have grown to love.

We welcome people of all skill levels and all backgrounds.




Written and submitted by Brock Improv.

Photos courtesy of Brock Improv.


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