Drama coach gives solo lesson

I heard that everyone who registered, cancelled to go camping, which left me to be the only student

Editor, The Times:

Apologies for the delay in writing but I wanted to publicly thank Richard Stroh for the absolutely awesome improv theatre workshop this past Aug. 27.

I heard that everyone who registered, cancelled to go camping, which left me to be the only student.

Richard tailored a two-hour workshop to my specific theatrical needs; it was a laugh riot.

I highly recommend Richard if you need a theatre teacher. He is professional, knowledgeable and extremely funny. I hope I get to work with and learn from Richard in the near future.

Thanks Richard.

Zephram Tino (“The Boy”)

 

Upper Clearwater, B.C.

 

 

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