Getting into Work
August 9, 2013 • CAW, Explore, Teen Programs

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Getting into Work

You’ve started your first job busing tables…

Adults have been talking about jobs, or the lack there-of, ever since you can remember….

Your teachers have been asking you since first grade what you want to be when you grow up.…

Just because you’re a teenager doesn’t mean work isn’t a part of your world, so we can’t leave you out of Connecticut at Work! Connecticut Humanities is teaming up with the wit and wisdom of Hartford’s own Sea Tea Improv to get into work!

Bring your ideas to a show!

Your weirdest and wildest thoughts about careers, work drama, and earning that paycheck will be twisted into the kinds of scenes and songs you’ve seen on Whose Line Is It Anyway!, Wild n’ Out, and Drew Carey’s Improv-A-Ganza. Every Sea Tea Improv show is invented entirely on the spot, so no two are the same!

Get hands-on at a Sea Tea Improv WORKshop!

It’s time to think on your feet!

Sea Tea Improv actors will share the art, skill and fun of improvisation with you! What better way to prepare for your first (or next) job interview than to test out some lines and sketches with your peers and with the pros? This is your chance to really become a part of the action. No acting experience is needed!

Stay connected with Connecticut Humanities to find out when these shows and workshops are taking place near you. We’ll keep you posted right here, on Facebook, on Twitter, and even on Instagram!


What is Sea Tea Improv, you ask?

Sea Tea Improv officially burst onto the comedy scene on April Fool’s Day, 2009. The troupe of ten players, professionally trained by Hartford Stage Company, Improv Boston, and the Upright Citizens Brigade in New York, dazzles Hartford and beyond on a regular basis with their witty interpretations of audience suggestions. Sea Tea performs short improvised games and long improvised plays at public and private functions, teaches classes to students of all ages, and trains professionals in the art of communication. They have performed all over Connecticut and New England. For more information, please visit

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