JUNE 6, MILWAUKEE: 2:45 p.m. – 3:35 p.m.
JUNE 7, GREEN BAY : 2:45 p.m. – 3:35 p.m.
In the long-form improv show format “The Harold,” a troupe takes an audience suggestion and in real-time, performs a brilliant half-hour show in nine acts. A handful of improv principles enable them to trust and support their team members so they feel safe to take big risks. This enables the troupe to open up and create bold, hysterical scenes often based on painful truths, forming a trusting bond with the audience.
What if we could apply these same principles to our workplace teams? How would it impact our culture and creativity? How might it help us create content that connects in a meaningful, transformative way with our audience? How might it bring joy to our workplace and build trust with our customers?
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