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AT THIS TIME, PHILLY IMPROV THEATER IS NOT OFFERING IN-PERSON OR VIRTUAL CLASSES.
PHIT continues to monitor the guidance from public health agencies and officials regarding the timing of our re-opening. We currently have no official date for the return of classes in any format. With that in mind, we hope to resume operations in the fall/winter of 2021 for our adult program, and winter/spring 2022 for our youth program. After we finalize a start date for new classes, we expect it will be a few months before we actually have students in classrooms in-person to allow time to rehiring and retraining our staff and instructors. We are excited to welcome students of all ages through out doors again when the time is right!
This message was last updated on 7/1/2021.
Since 2005, the comedy classes at Philly Improv Theater have been turning ordinary Philadelphians, from all walks of life, into extraordinary performers, on stage – and off! Whether you’re dreaming of a career in comedy or exploring how comedy can help you in your dream career, classes at the Training Center at Philly Improv Theater are a fun, social way to gain comedic talents that translate to success on life’s many stages!
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For over a decade, PHIT has been turning ordinary Philadelphians from all walks of life into extraordinary comedians and performers. Our instructors are working performers who have toured the country, published writers, and incredible teachers. Using a curriculum developed over 10+ years classes at PHIT create a fun, welcoming, safe environment for trying something new. It’s no wonder we’ve won Best of Philly and were named one of 20 Best Improv Comedy Schools Around the World by Rant.
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Philly Improv Theater seeks to create an environment which is supportive and welcoming to all people and reflects the experiences of the greater community in which we live. To achieve this goal, PHIT is proud to offer scholarships to individuals from historically marginalized communities, for whom the cost of tuition might otherwise pose a barrier.