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Class Policies

Be Nice. Lower Left Improv classes are about learning, having fun, making friends, and respecting the process and the people around you. We welcome students from every age group and walk of life, and only ask that you work as part of a team to foster a community of inclusion and positivity. Also, let’s save the partying for after class.

Class Registration Policy

Please double-check your schedule before you register for a class. Because your enrollment HOLDS A SPACE in a class that we are no longer able to offer to other students.

Class payments are non-refundable and can only be applied to the current term’s class for which you have signed up. While we understand that “life happens” and unavoidable conflicts sometimes arise, we cannot effectively alter classes based upon every student’s fluctuating daily activities. So please be sure about your schedule before you register. 🙂

We ask that all students who are new to improv start with the Green 1 class to learn the basics of the craft and to earn a solid foundation from which to progress to other classes/forms. After a student has completed Green 1 and Green 2, they are welcome to join any other classes on the schedule.

If you are a new student with prior experience as an improviser, you are welcome to ask for instructor permission to jump directly into upper-level courses.

Lower Left Improv is a safe space for all people. If you witness or experience an incident in one of our classes or during a show that makes you feel unsafe or compromised, we’d like to know about it. Please report the incident to the management team and we will immediately act to remedy the situation

Diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility are at the center of the Lower Left philosophy. We strive to be a safe place for everyone, regardless of race, ethnicity, age, gender, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, disability, economic status, and other diverse backgrounds.

Lower Left Improv reserves the right to use photographs and videos of students in classroom and performance settings for promotional and marketing purposes. That said, we understand that there are times when individuals do not want to have their image/likeness shown, and we respect this right. If, at any time, you see that we are using an image that you do not want to be used in a public format, please tell a member of the management team, and we will cease to use the image for promotional and marketing purposes.