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COVID Update January 2022

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As you can imagine things are shifting and moving quickly for the Canadian Improv Games and what programming we can offer this year. The surge in omicron COVID cases across the country has made it very difficult to predict what the rest of the year will look like, but we are still anticipating a year of improv fun! We don’t have all of the answers yet but we are working diligently to get these answers to everyone. Here is what we do know: we are going to shift all programming to the online or hybrid model until at least mid-February.

We have not written off an in-person program yet for this year. We are We have not written off an in-person program yet for this year. We are cautiously optimistic that by mid-March or early April we will be able to run some programming! We are able to facilitate online learning for the next two months and there’s still lots of time to sign up! Email registration@improv.ca for more information!

We will have more information in the coming weeks about the shift to the online/hybrid model and what you can expect from that program.

The bottom line is that if you registered for our program this year we have lots of ways to bring you improv! Our online workshops have been a huge success over the past two years and our online national festival last year sold hundreds of tickets! There are still lots of ways we can connect and bring joy to each other!

If you have ANY questions or concerns please contact Director of Programming Spencer Dunn at spencer@improv.ca

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