Improv Lifestyle Workshop
Live your best life now with The Improv Lifestyle!
Discover how you can hijack improv principles and bring the best scenes and relationships into your everyday. Live a life on purpose for a purpose! *No experience necessary.
Monday, July 15, 2019 • 7-9PM
Located at the Creative Space, 121 E 34th St., Garden City, ID 83714
Taught by Sean Hancock.
Sean Hancock is a multi-faceted performer, award-winning actor and the creator of the award-winning comedy company, Recycled Minds. With versatile creativity, Sean's work goes beyond borders in film, commercials, theatre, sketch, stand up, spoken word and improvisation.
In June of 2016, Hancock won Best Actor along with 3 other awards with his team for Make It Count, an i48 short-film that he later adapted into a one-man show, One Deep Breath, that debuted in January of 2017 for the Idaho Laugh Fest. He has studied at the world-famous Groundlings School of Improv in Los Angeles, CA as well as The Upright Citizens Brigade and Comedy Sports, and performed a monthly improv show at I.O. West in Hollywood, CA. He has been seen on the front page of funnyordie.com, crackle.com, revver.com and youtube’s comedy page for sketch. Hancock has traveled the world teaching and performing in over 10 countries including Edinburgh, Scotland at the world's largest performance arts festival, The Fringe Festival. Sean also founded Monkey Butler Comedy UK, contributing to one of the world's largest growing improv theaters and schools.
In addition to performance, Sean Hancock is an expert in corporate training and coaching through improvisational comedy. His teaching and influence have been sought after by corporations, executive teams and individuals who want to increase their professional and personal influence through principles like thinking outside the box, active listening, elevating others, building confidence and improving communication. Through the power of play and the principles of improvisational comedy, Sean has been transforming a variety of industries and individuals into confident powerhouses for over 15 years. Jean Piaget, a clinical psychologist, said it best, “If you want to be creative, stay in part a child, with the creativity and invention that characterizes children.”