Happiness is a Skill.
At Take Note Troupe, we believe that happiness doesn’t just come by accident, nor is it simply a product of your circumstances. Happiness in everyday life can be cultivated through the application of our improv rules, encapsulated in PLAY THEORY. These rules are a part of every class, every workshop, every rehearsal, and every performance that TNT puts on. We strive to practice them both on stage and off. We know that PLAY THEORY makes us better performers who can engage our audience. It strengthens teams. It increases our ability to make the most of every situation and to do our best in whatever we do. Our goal is to change the world one workshop, class, performance, and participant at a time.
Come Play With Us!
There are so many ways that you can join us in changing the world. Sign up for a class. Come see a performance. Have us put on a workshop for your school or business or family reunion. Audition for a part and prepare to work. Make a donation. Volunteer your time and talents. We know that in whatever way you choose to participate, if you allow PLAY THEORY to change you for the better, it will! And PLAY THEORY isn’t a once and done kinda thing. Just like yoga or baseball or ballet, the more you practice and hone your happiness skills, the more happy you’ll have. So come back again and again. We’ll save you a spot.
Our 2017-2018 Season
On The Spot Improv team — hilarious, family-friendly improv comedy. Shows are at 7pm and tickets are $7 at the door. 4357 Pacific St. Rocklin
November 4th Night of the FunDead November 17th Thanksgiving Show December 2nd Holiday Show December 28th Alumni Show January 6th Resolve to Laugh More in 2018
Passing the Bard– Engaging characters consider if Shakespeare really matters. Public Performances January 19th, 20th, 26th and 27th. Auburn Placer Performing Arts Center Auburn. Tickets available online about one month before opening. Field Trip performances available (contact email@example.com for info)
The Tempest — TNT’s 15th Annual Shakespeare in the Park. Performances May 25th- June 9. Field Trip performances available (contact firstname.lastname@example.org)
For information on classes and performance opportunities for kids ages 7-18, click here.