Yes And...Social Justice: Improv at Plymouth 

February 9, 2016

In this season of transitions at Plymouth, I invite you to join me on a seven-week journey into the radically positive and inclusive world of improv comedy. I will teach this free class 1 to 3 pm, Sundays, starting February 21, in Hildebrand Hall.

Improv trains us to re-think the way we approach life, opportunities and relationships. This class is for you if you are looking for a practice this year to embrace the now, let go of what you can't control and learn how to turn fear into power during life's inevitable transitions. Please consider joining me and a small group of Plymouth members, ages 15-100, for this exciting intergenerational opportunity. You must be able to commit to all seven classes.

In addition to learning and performing improv comedy, we will process our journey as a spiritual community and learn how improv connects to social justice work, with guidance from leading organizing voices in the community along the way. Since I was first exposed to the magic of improv eight years ago, my life has not been the same. I'm excited to share this incredible art form with anyone who is ready to laugh a lot and be courageously vulnerable.

–Hannah Long Higgins, Plymouth Justice Leadership Intern

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