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Corporate Workshops

the most fun you’ve ever had at work.


Why Improv?

You know how important is it to bring your team together to build relationships and create an environment that encourages collaboration and teamwork. Improv is an art form that has the power to teach tremendous lessons and energize participants through play.

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Workshop participants build listening skills, learn to think on their feet, shift their thinking to help the group before themselves, and learn to trust each other in a whole new way.

"Yes, and" are the two most important words in Improv. By saying Yes you are accepting the contributions of others. With And, you are adding your own ideas. These two steps allow participants to create together, rather than arguing over little details. While simple in theory, people are combative by nature. “Yes, and” helps your team lose that combativeness and negativity, and focus on building a positive, supportive and creative working environment.


Workshops are typically 3 hours in length but can be customized to meet the needs and objectives of your group. Workshops can be presented at Push Comedy Theater or at your designated location.

Through a series of warmup exercises, professional instructors tear down any nerves or reservations your team may have. Participants then learn basic improv skills, improv games, and how these lessons are applicable to their work environment.

This workshop encourages creativity and teammate support while using laughter as a key factor.

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The Instructors

Our expert instructors trained in New York City at Upright Citizens Brigade and Chicago at iO (formerly Improv Olympic). They have been performing professionally for more than ten years.

To get started, contact us at [email protected] or give us a call at 757.333.7442

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About Us

The Push Comedy Theater is a 90 seat venue in the heart of Norfolk's brand new Arts District.

There is limited parking on the street and in the lot directly across from the theater.