PVCC to Host In-Form: Shapes of Contemporary Improvisation Workshop Session

Charlottesville, Va. – March 2, 2020 – Piedmont Virginia Community College (PVCC) will host a session of its “In-form: Shapes of Contemporary Improvisation” workshop series with veteran improv practitioner Michelle James on Friday, March 13, from 6 to 8 p.m. The workshop will take place in the Maxwell Black Box Theatre, located in the V. Earl Dickinson Building. Admission is free and no experience is required to take part.

James will lead a session called “Improv for the Spirit,” a series of practices geared toward having fun while inspiring creativity, spontaneity and connection with others. The work aims to help participants become more comfortable in the “unplanned flow” of improv.

James has been a student of improv for 20 years, performing with Precipice Improv in and around Washington D.C. and more recently with Virginia Playback Theatre. She leads Applied Improvisation workshops and programs through her company, The Center for Creative Emergence.

PVCC’s “In-form” workshops host a rotating roster of professional theatre artists in explorations of various forms of contemporary improvisation. James leads the final session in the series for the 2019-20 Fine Arts and Performance season. For more information, contact Associate Professor of Theatre Arts Brad Stoller at 434.961.5246 or bstoller@pvcc.edu

The V. Earl Dickinson Building is located on the PVCC main campus at the south end of 501 College Drive in Charlottesville. For more information about the PVCC 2019-20 Fine Arts and Performance season, visit www.pvcc.edu/performingarts, email boxoffice@pvcc.edu or call 434.961.5376.

About Piedmont Virginia Community College

Established in 1972, Piedmont Virginia Community College is a nonresidential two-year institution of higher education that serves Central Virginia – principally, residents of the City of Charlottesville and the counties of Albemarle, Buckingham, Fluvanna, Greene, Louisa, and Nelson. PVCC is committed to providing access to a college education for all who can benefit, an opportunity for each student to reach her/his potential, and excellence in all programs and services. The main campus is in Albemarle County, Virginia. Classes are also offered at the PVCC Eugene Giuseppe Center in Stanardsville, Va. (Greene County) and the PVCC Jefferson School Center in downtown Charlottesville. Visit www.pvcc.edu.

Susian Brooks
Director, Marketing and Media Relations
434.961.6574 | sbrooks@pvcc.edu