5 Ways that Improvisational Play
is Good for Families:
1. Enhances appreciation of each family member’s creativity and uniqueness.
2. Builds ensemble – a sense of being a family — by creating together.
3. Combats materialism — all we need is ourselves and a willingness to share our imaginations. Though our collective imagination we can create any environment, scenario or situation.
4. Creates optimism — the heart of improv practice is saying “yes” to each other which makes the world a more positive place AND we experience how “yes” makes things possible.
5. Provides experiences where children & parents can meet as equals. Allows for safe variations in the family power dynamic.