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11:00am–1:00pm — Grades 9–12

Mic Drop: One-Day Virtual Comedy Workshop at MoPOP

Working with local comedian Teague Parker, participants will develop skills in basic improv, including risk taking, collaboration, and communication. No previous experience required.

This camp will be held online.

Event date  July 12, 2021
Event time  11:00am–1:00pm 
Event location  Online
Ages  Grades 9–12


  • Financial Aid and scholarship options are available. 
  • MoPOP members receive a 10% discount on full registration price.

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Teague M. Parker

Teague M. Parker

A Washington state native, Teague M. Parker is an Actor, Playwright, Teacher, and Producer. A graduate from Western Washington University, he earned his BA in acting and playwriting, all while serving as artistic and education director of "The Dead Parrots Society", Western's nationally recognized Improv team. He is the founder of Come Up Productions and serves as a performance instructor and producer of theatrical productions and fundraisers. He has been an improviser for over ten years, and taught it for more than six. Teague has experience on camera in films and commercials, and has appeared in Theaters in Chicago, Seattle Florida, Oregon, Vancouver, and Mexico. He recently produced and performed in Craig Wright's Orange Flower Water in a found space performance through Come Up Productions.