Have you ever wanted to learn how to improv?

The Guild’s Improv Workshop can get you started!


With decades of improv experience between them, instructors Graham Putnam and Rob MacDonald will guide you through this fun and rewarding 10-week Improv Workshop designed for those with little-to-no improv or acting experience and those who would like to refresh their skills.

You’ll learn the very Basics of Improvisation, plus explore fundamentals like Advancing The Scene, Character Development, Object Work (like holding that imaginary cup of coffee while you’re in a scene), Creating an Environment, and of course, Always Always Always Having Fun!!


Classes will be held Tuesdays, May 11-June 22, at The Guild, from 7pm-8:30pm weekly!

Meet Our Instructors!




Rob MacDonald has been performing improv and sketch comedy on Island stages for over 30 years. He was a creator/writer/actor in the popular sketch comedy revues Annekenstein and Sketch-22. He’s been performing improv since 1990 and has been part of a handful of improv groups, including 4-Play Comedy and (currently) The Popalopalots. Over the years, Rob has also taught numerous improv classes and workshops, and is looking forward to bringing the fun and excitement of improvisation to even more people through this workshop.


Graham has been involved in the performing arts on PEI for nearly 3 decades. He is a founding member and performer of the Live 7 season sketch comedy show sketch 22 as well as Popalopalots Improv Comedy group, which is going into its 10th year at the Guild. He has also been seen on stage for the CCoA Christmas Pantos, Anne and Gilbert and countless stand alone productions. On screen he has been in webseries including Just Passing Through and upcoming Aww Shucks. He resides on PEI.