Wit / Craft is an improv training center in New Orleans, Louisiana. Our workshops shift the focus from stage performance to life progress through the development of social, cognitive, and creative skills.
We offer workshops for individuals in our studio as well as workshops for groups or events.
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In-studio workshops range from pay-what-you-can up to $25/person depending on the session length and instructor
Team-building workshops and party/event workshops can be customized to fit your budget - send us an email for more information
the Wit / Craft team
Artistic Director & Teacher
Cheryl has been performing improv since 2006, but would like to note that the entirety of her life has been improvised up to this point. She trained at ComedySportz Chicago and iO Theatre and performs in children's hospitals across New Orleans with Funny Bones Improv. Cheryl is the co-founder and director of MAKE UP: improv + drag, the first improv group starring a full cast of drag performers. She works for KID smART, a nonprofit that integrates the arts into New Orleans public schools. She is an introvert and thanks improv for allowing her to successfully exist among other humans on a daily basis.
Studio Manager & Teacher
Chris Tiberio has been practicing, watching, and teaching improv for over 10 years. He was trained at ComedySportz Chicago and The Annoyance Theater, and has performed in a variety of shows and theaters. He is the co-founder and producer of MAKE UP: improv + drag. He loves dogs, milkshakes, and can easily compare anything in life to pro wrestling.
Assistant Studio Manager & Teacher
Having fallen in love with improv in January of 2015, Carrie Moulder currently co-produces the all-female podcast Neon Clubhouse, performs with the New Orleans-based troupe Killjoy Associates, and watches as much comedy as she can. Originally from Texas but deeply grateful for her 20-plus years in New Orleans, she prefers sunsets over sunrises, loves ice cream, will play a board game at a moment’s notice, and doesn't care what she looks like when she dances (because she's doing it anyway). Ask her about traveling or her miniature Schnauzer Otto to experience the full breadth of her joy.
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