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Corporate Improv Training

Broadway Meets Business

Unlock creativity, boost communication skills, and enhance the empathy of your employees!

Our Broadway-seasoned, professionally-trained instructors bring a wealth of knowledge, expertise, and guidance to every session.

Imagine having the confidence to handle any situation, embrace uncertainty, adapt to change, and deliver impactful presentations, all while building stronger relationships.

Improv training isn’t just for performers! It’s also highly effective for enhancing the practical applications of a variety of professional skills for various industries.
Our workshops are carefully curated to provide a safe, supportive environment for learning centered on FUN and LAUGHTER, with the joy and positive energy creating an atmosphere where participants can let loose, be themselves, and explore their creativity.
For the employer looking for a different yet just as effective type of team-building exercise, our improvisation programs are designed to benefit everyone, regardless of background or experience, helping them become more tuned in to the essential broader concepts of collaboration, engagement, and teamwork.
For more information, price quotes, and to book today, contact us at musicmakersnewyork@gmail.com or 212-967-6124.

Workshop Leaders

Larkin Bogan is an actor/singer/songwriter/producer in NYC. He has 12 years of experience on Broadway and in touring productions such as Wicked, HAIR, and American Idiot. Larkin has also performed in SHIZ: Broadway meets Sketch Comedy (Upright Citizens Brigade, Improv Asylum), various independent film and voiceover work, and original music with his band, Sir Richard Newton. During Broadway’s shutdown, he began producing globally live-streamed Broadway events for Chase Private Client and continues to facilitate relationships between the arts community and corporate clients.

Matt Gehring is a writer, performer, and director of comedy. You’ve seen him on Netflix, Comedy Central, and the UCB stage. Currently, he is a co-creator and facilitator of the Obie-Winning Ars Nova Comedy Artist Makers Program (CAMP). At UCB, he was a teacher while being on Maude Night, Characters Welcome, and in numerous running shows. Recently, Matt was the lead writer on The Prom: Tonight Belongs To You, a Netflix live event hosted by Queer Eye’s Jonathan Van Ness. He can be seen in episodes of Amazon's The Tick, Netflix’s The Characters and their original film Set It Up. Matt once played (and lost) charades with Jennifer Aniston on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.

Liana Hunt is an NYC-based actor currently starring as Lorraine Baines in Back to the Future the musical on Broadway. She made her Broadway debut as Sophie in Mamma Mia! after playing the role on the National Tour and starred as Katherine in Disney’s Newsies on Broadway. She has toured the country in various national tours including Steve Martin and Edie Brickell’s Bright Star (Margo) and Wicked (Nessarose). Some of her favorite regional credits include the world premiere of The Devil Wears Prada the musical at the Nederlander Theatre in Chicago, Meet Me in St. Louis (The Muny), Clint Black’s Looking for Christmas (The Old Globe), Noel Coward’s Private Lives (Riverside Theatre), Jekyll and Hyde (The Engeman) and Les Miserables (Merry-Go-Round Playhouse). TV/Film: HBO’s The Undoing, Ghosts of Christmas Always (Hallmark), STAG (independent feature film). Liana studied improv in NYC with the Upright Citizens Brigade and performs with the musical sketch comedy group SHIZ: Broadway Meets Sketch Comedy, with runs at UCB and Improv Asylum. BFA: NYU. @lianamariehunt

Read More

"Why Improv Training Is Great Business Training" by Jesse Scinto from Forbes' Leadership Forum

From "Improv experience promotes divergent thinking, uncertainty tolerance, and affective well-being​" by Peter Felsman, Sanuri Gunawardena, and Colleen M. Seifert, published in Thinking Skills and Creativity, Volume 35 (March 2020)


"Creative teams involved in improv training (versus an inactive control) showed increased workplace playfulness and creativity (West, Hoff, & Carlsson, 2017). Middle school students participating in improv (versus sports) at lunchtime showed gains in creative flexibility and originality (Hainselin, Aubry, & Bourdin, 2018). High school students in an improv class (versus a writing class) showed increased word and sentence usage (DeMichele, 2015). And, college students in an improv (versus consumer behavior) class showed increased creative fluency and greater self-efficacy on a marketing task measure (Mourey, 2019)."