Local writer Shannon Cosgrove, co-owner of Port Angeles Panto and Nemesis Theater Productions, will show how to create improv out of the little things that you notice.

Local writer Shannon Cosgrove, co-owner of Port Angeles Panto and Nemesis Theater Productions, will show how to create improv out of the little things that you notice.

“Improv for Teens and Tweens” workshop on Monday

PORT ANGELES — The Summer Reading Program will host “Improv for Teens and Tweens” at 1 p.m. Monday.

The interactive workshop for kids ages 10 to 14 will stream on Zoom.

Local writer Shannon Cosgrove, co-owner of Port Angeles Panto and Nemesis Theater Productions, will show how to create improv out of the little things that you notice.

To join in, visit www.zoom.us, then enter meeting ID 97702825118 and passcode 502666.

For more information, visit www.nols.org.

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