Allprov is a 501(c)(3) non-profit that provides opportunities in metro Denver for adults and youth to learn and practice improv in a supportive environment. We believe everyone should have access to this art form - regardless of gender, disability, learning style, or income level.
Mission and Values
Allprov seeks to provide a creative space where adults and youth are empowered while learning the art of improvisation.
Diversity: Allprov believes that improv comedy should be accessible and affirming to everyone. We seek to include people of all races, ethnicities, and genders. Our classes are free so that people of all income and socioeconomic levels can participate. All people with disabilities are welcome and encouraged to participate.
Innovation: We want to explore new ways of teaching and performing improv as well new ways to use the principles of improvisation in life.
Joy: Our primary goal for all students and performers is for them to experience the joy that comes with learning improv.
About the Organization
Allprov, Inc. was incorporated in Colorado in 2017. We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Please consider making a tax-deductible donation so we can continue bringing quality improv education to the community.
Allprov is proud to work with community organizations such as Phamaly Theatre, Autism Society of Colorado, Garden, Inc., and Revel. If you work with a community organization and your clients or employees could benefit from inclusive improv education, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The organization was founded by Erin Curran Rafaels, MSW, LSW. She is an improviser, social worker, and traumatic brain injury survivor. She began improvising in Baltimore in 2011 and brought her love of improv to Denver in 2015. She can frequently be seen on stage in downtown Denver. In July 2017, Erin attended Camp Yes And as an educator. Camp Yes And is an improv camp for teens on the autism spectrum. She had a great time and received invaluable training on effectively teaching improv to teens with developmental disabilities.