Whose Line Is It Gonna Be?
Students will explore the fundamentals of improvisation through games and exercises in a fun, no-judgment atmosphere. These activities will develop the student’s quick thinking and storytelling skills, as well as encourage them to actively listen, work collaboratively, and embrace spontaneity. No previous experience required.
What to bring: Just you and dress comfortably!
Meet The Teacher
Kevin W. Egan is a versatile performer, educator, and administrator who recently completed an eight-month contract with RWS Entertainment touring the Caribbean as a dueling pianist aboard the MSC Seashore. His regional theatre credits include the Centenary Stage Company, where he portrayed the Beast in Beauty and the Beast and Pontius Pilate in Jesus Christ Superstar. In addition to his performance work, Kevin recently taught music theatre courses and directed HAIR at Carthage College in Kenosha, Wisconsin, where he also received his Masters of Music in Music Theatre Vocal Pedagogy. Prior to receiving his M.M, Kevin graduated magna cum laude from Elon University with degrees in Arts Administration and Music. He also previously received training from the College Light Opera Company, the Fordham University Musical Theatre Intensive with Julie Boyd and David Loud, and the University of Michigan’s MPulse Theatre & Drama Academy.
Kevin is currently a resident performer and stage manager with the Magic & Wonder Theater in Lancaster, PA. He recently performed in a workshop musical by playwright and composer E. Elizabeth titled Angels Everywhere. He also partook in Tabletop Broadway’s Live From Quarantine series as a featured soloist and played lead roles in staged readings with The Growing Stage and the Holmdel Theatre Company. As a music director, Kevin produced a cabaret titled And Now Back to the Show with North Star Theater Company and the album Cover Art by Smooth Progressions A Cappella, which can be found on most music streaming platforms. Kevin’s private voice instruction utilizes a multi-style approach that emphasizes both technique and expression, helping students build vocal flexibility and storytelling skills all at once.