DATE: Saturday, April 1st

TIME: 2:00-4:30pm 

VENUE: Tuck Hall – St. Stephen’s Parish (60 Regent St., Chester)

(Wheelchair Accessible)


The last few years have been tough for everyone, and not everyone handles stress and anxiety in the same way. For those of you having some difficulty making sense of things, or looking for some new tools to help feel more resilient, this workshop may be just what you are looking for. 


Improv for Anxiety is a workshop that combines psychoeducation about, and active exploration of, anxiety to help reduce its effects and provide participants with skills to help them in their everyday life. 


Led by actor and magician Bill Wood, who is also a counseling therapist and creative arts therapist who blends up-to-date psychological theories with time-tested approaches to teaching theatre, this workshop is ideal for people suffering from anxiety or depression, and/or are looking for ways to reintegrate into society, especially after the events of the past 2 years. Participants and the instructor work together to create a safe space to work through anxieties, gain some coping skills and strategies, and have some fun along the way. 


This workshop is suitable for all ages and ability levels.



$40 plus tax – Adults

$20 plus tax – Youth under 20


The Chester Playhouse is committed to making live performances accessible to all audiences. If cost is a barrier, access $10 community tickets, by entering promo code 10for10 when you book online or call the box office to book – no questions asked!


COVID-19 Protocols:

Masks are strongly encouraged.

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