Area Teens Invited to “Get Discovered” in Free Workshop Improvisational Workshop, Performances to be Featured Online
North Canton, OH, June 10, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- StoneKap, a new media video production company has issued a call to area teens ages 14 to 18 interested in the art of Improvisational Performance to attend one of two free workshops being held at Stark State College on June 12th and Akron General Health and Wellness Center June 19th. Teens will have the opportunity to learn new skills as well as have their talent featured online. Sessions are designed to include skills training and a video performance of student work. The workshops are open to teens residing in NE Ohio. Interested parties should visit the website and register. Go to www.pardonmyimprov.com for complete registration details.
The workshops will be taught by Andrew Knode. Andrew has been performing and teaching improv professionally for over 10 years. He has been a member of a variety of improv troupes, most recently a group that he helped found “Scared Scriptless” based out of Canton, Ohio. He formally studied Improv with Second City Hollywood, CA.
‘Pardon My Improv’ seeks to collaborate with and inspire improvisational performance artists through new media. Chad Kapper, President of StoneKap, is excited to bring this opportunity to the local community.
Kapper’s previous project in this type of venture is Flite Test; a radio control aircraft show that successfully grew to more than 160,000 YouTube subscribers. It now has six employees and operates out of 3,500 sq/ft facility in North Canton.
“StoneKap is looking forward to providing this opportunity to area teens who can collaborate with a global virtual community through StoneKap’s existing new media channels,” said Kapper. “We want to create more, artistic collaboration globally by starting in our hometowns.” He also noted that the exposure provides a perfect platform for aspiring artists to be discovered without having to invest any money of their own. The company is actively seeking educational partnership opportunities that will help in promoting the arts. Interested entities should contact Chad Kapper at: firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 330.497.7004
About Pardon My Improv
Pardon My Improv is a virtual community built around a common interest in improvisational techniques and performances. Our mission is to collaborate and inspire improvisation performance artists through new media. We strive for excellence in the art of live performance by learning from each other, and our online community. And we want to increase the amount of laughter in the world.