Embracing Uncertainty: The SFU Improv Club
When one goes to SFimprov, they can expect a number of things: fun people, crazy antics, an engaging environment, and of course, a great time.
These are the key elements SFU's recently formed improv club has been keeping up with since it's creation in October 2008. SFimprov operates at SFU's Burnaby campus, and is open for anyone to join that is willing to embrace their motto of: "No fear and no judgment". The club practices a wide range of activites, including amusing games, constructive workshops and public improv scenes around campus.
Original club member Jordan Boivin is really pleased with what has come out of the club and is excited for future things to come. "Being around other outgoing people is always a great time, as we are able to collaborate and have a good laugh together," Jordan explains, "As long as you have a good attitude and aren't afraid of what others are thinking, improv can come naturally to anyone".
SFimprov is anticipating their first show on March 25nd at the Highland pub, and hoping for the best of audiences. Jordan says "Come down, it's going to be an awesomely fun exciting time. There's nothing better than having a drink and watching some improv."
Be sure to check them out!