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Confidence is just one of the benefits of improv for young people

Improv giving kids confidence

CBC sponsored the finals of the 42nd annual Canadian Improv Games, bringing together 250 high schools and 5,000 students nationwide for the love of the art. While it’s a natural place to start for budding actors and comedians, all children and teens can reap positive and productive benefits from improv, whether they’re theatrically inclined or not.

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