Student Workshops

Offered to participants age 12-17 on the Autism spectrum, students may attend with a caregiver or parent.  Workshops explore improvisational games for both verbal and non-verbal participants.

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EDUCATOR & CAREGIVER WORKSHOPS

Our educator and caregiver workshops use improvisational techniques to improve listening skills and allow you to be "in the moment" with your students, clients and patients.

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in-school workshops

If you would like to book a private workshop for your school or organization, please contact us for availability and pricing.

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The Conducted Stories Story

Amy Carpenter and Stacey Hanlon are Phoenix-based improvisers with a desire to use improv for good.  Together, they created a program in improvisation specifically geared towards those on the Autism spectrum.  As with traditional improvisation study, the focus is on saying "Yes, and" to a shared reality, supporting each others' ideas and fostering creativity.  In addition, this program works to improve response to social-emotional cues and bring focus to everyday interaction.  Most of all, Conducted Stories aims to bring a sense of joy and resilience to all who participate.

Through the generosity of the Arizona Commission on the Arts, Conducted Stories will be hosting a series of free public workshops for participants age 12-17 in 2017.

Specific information on these workshops may be found here.

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