FREE EVENT: Nonprofit Cafe, “Improv!” on 1/22/2016

It’s back! And it’s bigger and better than ever! It’s Nonprofit Cafe! (Note location change)

Finding the Fun in Communications
and Collaboration through Improv!
with Molly Hannan,
The Verge Theatre

January 22, 2016
8:30a.m – 9:45a.m.

The Ballroom at the Emerson Center
111 S. Grand Avenue, Bozeman

It’s free!

>> Click here to register


We all know how important communication and collaboration is in any professional environment. Nonprofits are no exception and because of the nature of managing many volunteers and maintaining relationships with donors, I would venture to say it is more important. Improv is a fun, creative, outlet for many people and might make you think of famous comedians from Second City and the show Whose Line Is It Anyways, but improv is also be a great way to hone these skills and have fun doing it. Improv exercises focus on listening, acceptance, building on ideas, support, and laughing! Be prepared to play, be silly, have fun, and learn something new about yourself.


Molly Hannan has lived in Bozeman for the last 15 and took her first improv class with Verge in 2011. Since then she has been taking classes, performing, or teaching improv for Verge Theater ever since. With a masters in science and 3 kids she has had a vast array of teaching experience over the last 15 years ranging in age from preschool to adults. In addition to teaching for Verge Theater, she performs as a member of the improv troupe, The Bozeman Improverts, is the president of the Board of Directors, has written for and performed in 4 out of the 5 all original Comedy Revues, and been a part of the cast and crew of several mainstage shows. Molly loves to see how improv can change lives and make an impact on people of all ages. It certainly has changed hers!