We serve all students
As a new nonprofit organization, our primary focus is a free, core program offered to our partner public schools in the Philadelphia School District. At the same time, we believe deeply in the value of our program and are committed to sharing the benefits of our work as widely as we are able. To this end, we offer three types of programming for all school partners who are not our current priority partners (with pricing on a sliding scale).
Our Signature program is our main offering, but we also offer afterschool and one-time workshop options. We can tailor our programming to your school's needs. Please contact us to learn more about pricing.
Provide all students in a given cohort a robust introduction to improv, during classtime; focus on skills like active listening, speaking publicly with confidence, leadership
10 in-class hours
Expose students to improv and build curiosity to learn more; choose a target theme: "communication", "collaboration", or "storytelling"; with follow-up materials
90 mins - 3 hours w/ optional follow-ons
Provide an intro to improvisation for interested students; develop skills like active listening, speaking publicly with confidence, and also delve further into scenes and acting
5-10 hours; flexible timing/length
If you have a specific goal or programming you would like Unscripted to be a part of, please let us know! We will work with you best serve your students
All workshops will be taught by one of Unscripted’s professional teaching artists (professional improvisers and improv teachers, trained for classroom settings). Lesson plans will be drawn from our innovative, standards - aligned curriculum.
We’re empowering our educators to bring improv into their classrooms, whether in person or remotely, by offering Act 48 professional development workshops (accredited by PA Dept. of Education) online. We will keep facilitator : participant ratios low, as workshops are designed to be interactive, relevant, and fun.
if you are a school administrator interested in bringing this PD to your school,
Introduction to Improv as a Pedagogical Tool
will focus on the theory behind improvisation and how it works in the classroom.
Becoming an Improviser
allows participants to play improv games and understand the mechanisms behind why the games work the way that they do.
Direct Classroom Applications of Improv
will focus on how to facilitate games and bring them into the classroom, including as standards-aligned lesson plans.