Alan has been performing improv at venues in New England and festivals around the Country since 2007. He has been teaching classes and workshops for the Providence Improv Guild since 2014.
‘Improv has so many benefits, whether you’re looking for a creative outlet or you just want to break the ice in the boardroom. Its my role to not only convey the overall class agenda, but to encourage and promote individual growth. Everyone comes in with different strengths, so while working together we’ll validate those strengths AND get you out of your comfort zone. There is always room for self improvement if you are open to it. Let’s follow the fun because you CAN do this.’