Could that meeting have been an email? Come see how improv actors and master facilitators can help your team gather with purpose, clarity, and deeper connection. In this fun and meaningful workshop, we'll address remote teams as well as those looking to rebuild in-person connections through improv games, innovative facilitation strategies, and thoughtful discussions with your People peers.
Please feel free to forward this virtual event invitation to anyone you think would like to join us!
Actor, Comedian, and Founder of Artly Working
David Klasko is an actor and improviser based in New York City, and the founder of Artly Working. He received an MFA in Acting from Columbia University and trained in improv comedy for several years at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater. While performing across the country, from New York's Shakespeare in the Park to the Old Globe Theatre in San Diego, David fostered a passion for teaching and facilitating. He's taught improv comedy to serious actors, and serious acting to improv comedians; Shakespeare in New York City schools, and stand-up comedy to executives. In 2019, he founded Artly Working to bring all these experiences together with a mission to use acting and improvisation training to help people be better at what they do.
Andrew Davies is an improviser and facilitator based in Philadelphia, PA and a client favorite at Artly Working. Andrew received a B.A. in English Literature from Brandeis University, went on to study Improvisation at The Magnet Theater, and received a certificate of Facilitation from Georgetown University. Andrew is also the co-founder of two non-profits: The Bible Players – a comedy team that has toured over 25 states, visiting hundreds of camps, schools, and synagogues teaching Jewish Values with a sense of humor, and CharacTours – interactive theatrical walking experience where the past visits you.