The PSI curriculum is designed to be taken in order, with the skills from one class forming the foundation for the next in the series. Students should plan on taking classes in order. If you have previous improv training and wish to start somewhere other than Improv 1, please email us with your request, detailing your specific improv training.

Each class meets weekly for 8 weeks. Please see our policies regarding refunds, attendance, and expectations.

Cost: $225 if you register by March 3; $250 if you register after March 3. Here is more information on upcoming enrollment and term dates.



If you have ever wanted to give improv a try, now is your chance. This class will take you through the basics of improv, from short form games to scene work. At the same time, you will be learning about stage skills such as listening and collaboration that translate into real life growth. We provide a safe environment to explore and enjoy your first foray into improv.

Mondays @ 7-10 pm

Monday, March 11 - Monday, April 29, 2019

Teacher: Heidi Sherick

Showcase: Wednesday, April 24 @ 7 pm

Tuesdays @ 7-10 pm

Tuesday, March 12 - Tuesday, April 30, 2019

Teacher: Annie Phillips

Showcase: Monday, April 29 @ 7 pm


Improv 2 builds on and expands the skills you learned in Improv 1. Now that you have the basics under your belt, you will explore more improv games and expand your tools of improv. This class also starts to lay down the foundation for beginning to learn long form improv and scene work in the Intermediate program.

Saturdays @ noon-3 pm - section a

Saturday, March 16 - Saturday, May 4, 2019

Teacher: Michael Baker

Showcase: Tuesday, April 30 @ 7 pm

Saturdays @ noon-3 pm - section B

Saturday, March 16 - Saturday, May 4, 2019

Teacher: Lola Ahearn

Showcase: Tuesday, April 30 @ 9 pm


This class will introduce you to the basis of long form improv: scene work. You’ll learn to create and sustain a scene through the basics of character, emotion, relationship, and more.

sundays @ noon-3 pm - section a

Sunday, March 17 - Sunday, May 5, 2019

Teacher: Havah Roussel

Showcase: Tuesday, April 30 @ 7 pm

sundays @ noon-3 pm - section B

Sunday, March 17 - Sunday, May 5, 2019

Teacher: Matt Swartz

Showcase: Tuesday, April 30 @ 9 pm


This class will pick up where Intermediate 1 left off. The class will move into more advanced scene work in areas like multiple players, different types of scenes, scenic additions, openers, etc. Intermediate 2 gives students more time to really delve into and understand scene work in preparation for long form improv.

Thursdays @ 7-10 PM

March 14 - May 2, 2019

Teacher: Ashley Davis

Showcase: Monday, April 29 @ 8:30 pm


This class will focus on doing scene work with the overall set in mind. The focus begins to turn to your show: how scenes can influence and direct the flow of a set, how seemingly unconnected scenes can become woven together to create connections and thru-lines. Scenic patterns and the nature of callbacks within scene work will all be explored.

Mondays @ 7-10 pm

March 11 - April 29, 2019

Teacher: Steve Vagts

Showcase: Wed, April 24 @ 8:30 pm

LONG FORM 1: the harold

We begin our journey into long form by focusing on the original, classic long form of improv: the Harold. By diving into this form, we will begin using all of the scene work and long form tools learned throughout Intermediate 1-3. The Harold will begin to focus students on the myriad of tools available to an improviser in long form. Along with this, it also focuses student’s attention on the Pointless Philosophy of Improv: relationship based scene creation, callbacks, and thru-lines (play with what you created).

Wednesdays @ 7-10 PM

March 13 - May 1, 2019

Teacher: Donny Riedel & Gary Lehman

Showcase: Monday, April 29 @ 8:30 pm

LONG FORM 2: the deconstruction

The Deconstruction makes us focus and work on important, yet different, aspects of long form form The Harold. Patient scene creation is the heart and thru-line of a Deconstruction with its Source Scene. The Deconstruction also helps us deconstruct what we see from the backline: Themes, Commentary, and Tangents. By focusing on these deeper aspects of what we see while not in a scene in long form, we can bring even deeper connections and thru-lines in our long form.

LONG FORM 3: the performer

The final class in the Pointless School of Improv, this class brings it all together! The means by which this will be done is through hyper focus on the individual improviser. This class will give each student a plethora of individual notes on things that they excel at, things they are good at, and things they need to focus on going forward, both in the class and beyond the PSI class structure. Learn to let go, challenge yourself as an improviser to do things and go places you normally never would, and play with all the tools at your disposal.

Tuesdays @ 7-10 pm

March 12 - April 30, 2019

Teacher: Matthew Flickinger

Showcase: Wednesday, April 24 @ 8:30 pm

NEW class

TWO PERSPECTIVES: A Class About Scenework

Join instructors Maggie O’Reilly and Aaron Johnstone as they give you their unique and differing views on how to approach Long-form scenework. Learn that there are multiple ways to approach a scene, and get the repetition you need to build your Improv muscles.  Hone your scenes and learn to take your relationship dynamics to a deeper level!

Must have completed Intermediate 3 or higher
Class cap: 10
For ages 18 and up.
Cost: $225

Wednesdays @ 7 - 10 pm

March 13 - May 1, 2019

Teachers: Maggie O’Reilly and Aaron Johnstone

Showcase: Thursday, April 25 @ 7:30 pm