Improv Events

Improv Training and Community

The Adventure Project, in conjunction with The Limelight Theatre, offers a diverse range of services that teach soft skills easily translated to real life experiences. From middle school kids making connections in a supportive environment to senior centers keeping their residents agile through brain exercises, these Improv classes are a valuable addition to your overall health.

Living a life bursting with adventure has many benefits to your mind, body and soul. Here are just a few of them:

  • Increased confidence and comfort in social settings
  • Improved public speaking skills and acting abilities
  • Improved listening and observation skills
  • Enhanced creative-thinking, decision-making and brainstorming abilities
  • Team development skills and increased social intelligence skills

So be in the moment, forget the stress of everyday life and include The Adventure Project in your next adventure. The following classes will be offered:

Level Two Improv 

  • October 28 – December 9 (No class on November 4)
  • Mondays, 6:30 – 9:00 p.m.
  • Early Bird Registration through October 21: $145
  • Regular Registration October 22 – October 28: $155
  • Register here

Level 2 Improv expands on fundamentals learned in Level 1 Improv in the same warm, safe and supportive environment. Continue building self-confidence and exploring creativity while engaging in a higher level of the “yes, and…” concept. Play short form improv games while also learning the foundations for solid scene work in a co-creative space that highlights reacting in the moment, giving and taking focus, active listening and failing with grace in an unscripted environment – on stage and off. Class culminates in a student showcase.

Level Three Improv 

  • October 29 – December 3
  • Tuesdays, 6:30 – 9:00 p.m.
  • Early Bird Registration through October 22: $145
  • Regular Registration October 23 – October 29: $155
  • Register here

Level 3 Improv takes the “yes, and…” concept and directs it to building strong characters, connecting through authentic relationships and developing emotions that heighten scenes. Students will play short form improv games, continue developing scene work and begin sticking their toes into long form improv waters. Class culminates in a student showcase.

Level Five Improv

  • October 30 – December 11 (Class 6 weeks, Graduation Show is on December 11)
  • Wednesdays, 6:30 – 9:00 p.m.
  • Early Bird Registration through October 23: $145
  • Regular Registration October 24 – October 30: $155
  • Register here

Now that students know how to create solid scenes, it’s time to put those scenes together. Students will learn how to keep the momentum of solid scenework alive by practicing strong initiations, walk ons/offs, edits, callbacks and other tools to keep scenes and characters moving forward – based on only one suggestion. Class culminates in a graduation show


Instructor – Amy Angelilli


Amy Angelilli: Chief Adventure Officer – The Adventure Project

A seasoned improvisational theater performer of more than 15 years, Amy Angelilli also teaches classes for the stage and facilitates workshops for real world personal and professional application. She is a graduate of Philadelphia’s ComedySportz School of Improvisation and Denver’s Bovine Metropolis Theater School of Improvisation. She has performed in the 2018 Countdown Improv Festival, the 2018 Alaska State Improv Festival, the 2017 3-2-1 Improv Festival, the 2017 Omaha Improv Festival, the 2017 Miami Improv Festival, the 2018, 2017 and 2016 Palm Beach Improv Festivals, the 2016 and 2015 Tampa Improv Festivals, the 2015 Boulder International Fringe Festival, the 2015 and 2014 Colorado Improv Festivals, Duofest 2015 and the 2014 Denver Improv Festival. She currently plays in “Tiny Town” – secrets of St. Augustine revealed through audience suggestions, “It’s All About Amy” – the story of her life, and, “3 Blind Dates” – a romantic comedy. These unscripted theater experiences she created, directs and produces. As Chief Adventure Officer of The Adventure Project, she has facilitated “playshops” for adult summer camps, spiritual centers, yoga communities, retreats and businesses. She is a member of the Applied Improvisation Network and has presented at the 2017, 2015 and 2014 Applied Improvisation Network World Conferences. Currently she heads up a five-level improv training center at Limelight Theatre in St. Augustine, Florida. She has facilitated play experiences for people from 9 to 92 and every age in between – at home and abroad. She believes anyone can benefit from an improv mindset. For more about her adventures, visit