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Improv in the Language Arts Curriculum

Award winning director, actor, and educator Frank Levy shares his ideas on expanding the language arts curriculum by teaching important creative thinking and writing skills such as: pre-writing, building stories, creating character, evoking descriptive language, and critiquing.


Frank Levy


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Technical Needs

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Study Guide

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About Frank Levy

Frank Levy is a 30 year veteran teacher of writing, speech and dramatics from elementary school through university level, as well as a state certified evaluator for talented theater. He has performed one-man interactive shows across the United States and  Australia, beginning with an appearance on the Ed Sullivan Show in New York when he was eighteen.

Frank Levy crafts live-performance programs that immerse an entire audience in a complete, interactive theatrical learning experience where books literally come to life. His programs take any group from zero to a full show in fifty-five dazzling minutes, complete with costumes, sound effects, props and sets of actual story locations. Frank accomplishes this by  empowering the audience to play all of the parts in the performance with him as their narrator.

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Audience for this Offering

Grade Level/s

None specified


Language and Arts

Art Genre/s

Poetry and Storytelling


Professional Development

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