WHAT IS TEAMBUILDING AND WHY SHOULD
I BE INTERESTED IN MUGGLEBEE THEATER?
Teambuilding is a process that trains people to work better together. It is an investment in your team or company to make it stronger. Our programs strengthen relationships, build community, boost morale and empower others to be part of something greater than themselves at work.
WHY SHOULD I CHOOSE MUGGLEBEE TEAMBUILDING OVER OTHER OPTIONS?
Rooted in simple Improv and Drama games, our particular style of teambuilding strengthens listening and communication skills, inspires innovation by unlocking individual and team-inspired creativity and gives people the interpersonal skills and knowledge to work stronger and more effectively as a team.
IMPROV SOUNDS SCARY.
WHAT IF MY EMPLOYEES ARE NERVOUS TO TRY IT?
This is a very common sentiment. Our exercises and activities are beginner-level and accessible to everyone. Moreover, we understand the need to demystify what Improv is for your employees and will provide examples of our exercises prior to our session.
ARE TEAMBUILDING SESSIONS IN PERSON OR VIRTUAL?
All Teambuilding sessions are currently virtual. When it is safe, our in-person sessions will resume and virtual sessions will still be on the menu.
WHAT IS THE PRICE?
Our services are customized, so prices will vary.
For in-person groups of 10 or fewer, prices start at $400 per hour.
For virtual groups of 10 or fewer, prices start at $300 per hour.
*prices subject to change
HOW LONG ARE TEAMBUILDING SESSIONS?
The duration of our sessions are customized to meet your needs.
Improvisation or Improv - Acting without a script.
Offer - Anything an improvisor says or does.
Blocking - Not accepting another player’s offer.
Objective - Anything a character needs and strives for.
Obstacle - Anything that blocks a character from their objective.
Tactic - Anything a character says or does to pursue an objective or overcome an obstacle.
Setting - The environment of a scene.
Status - The relationship dynamic between two or more characters.
Status transactions - Changes in status between two or more characters.
Endowment - Attributing other players with physical, emotional or other characteristics, or getting other players to behave in a certain way.
C.R.O.W. - An acronym for Characters, Relationships, Objectives, Where the setting takes place.
Yes, And! - The concept of accepting offers and adding to them with enthusiasm.