Storytelling and Improv Games for Youth with Erin Murray

Keep your afternoons and weekends interesting and full of laughter.

This is the perfect way for kids to get an introduction to improv and theater while they laugh together with new friends. Designed specifically for youth in 3rd through 5th grades, this hour session will introduce them to the fun of improv online!

Kids will learn theater games, and creating their own fun out of nothing. Improv is particularly beneficial to this age group as it builds resilience, creativity, problem solving and connection.

They will build confidence in a supportive environment and learn to Yes, And others. Basic story creation, emoting and acting will be explored. We’ll play games that tap into their creativity, while developing skills that enhance listening and engage the imagination.

They will be able to play these games on your own! Keep your afternoons and weekends interesting and full of laughter. Even better, you’ll learn how to perform short form improv games in an online setting. Future video calls with family and friends instantly become more fun!

Children ages 8 thru 11 welcome.

From rural Eastern Shore Md., Erin Murray started performing improv as a college freshman.

Erin has taken classes and workshops at Washington Improv Theater and the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre. She also performs with her fellow blonde duoprov partner in Dream Spooners and with her friends on The Lodge!

She’s a member of the WIT improv team, The NitWITS, who design shows for kids and families.

Erin works full time as an ASL interpreter here in the District. Her go to karaoke songs are “If I Ain’t Got You” by Alicia Keys and “Somebody to Love” by Queen. She loves painting her friends weird, small watercolor pictures, most recently a rainbow chicken daydreaming about ketchup. Her favorite DC spots are Eastern Market and any/all Cava Grill locations.

Description Location Price Faculty
Storytelling and Improv Games with Erin Murray - 3rd thru 5th grade

1PM - 2PM
Monday, February 15th, 2021



Erin Murray