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We Donʼt Just Do It.

We Teach It.

Teachers Lounge Mafia offers improv workshops for youth, adult and community organizations, as well as teams, businesses, schools and more.


Combining 50+ years of theatrical direction and coaching experience, TLM designs programming custom-suited to the participants.


Whether it is a summer youth camp looking to provide kids an opportunity for creative expression or a business hoping to learn how improvisation skills enhances problem solving and teamwork, we are ready to work with you.

Workshop Offerings Include But Are Not Limited To:

Improv Basics

Creative Problem Solving


Emotional Grounding

Teamwork & Support

Pantomime & Object Work

Short Form Development

Long Form Development

Contact Us Using the Form Linked Here.


Rates Available By Request.

TLM members Em Pottle & Jeff Bailey work with Mountain Valley High School “Girls Talk” program.

Photo Credit: Eileen Adams SunJournal

TLM members Natalie Simmons & Jeff Bailey work with the cast of the Spruce Mountain theater production "Guys and Dolls Jr".

Photo Credit: Sherri Couture


TLM members Natalie Simmons, Kyla Wheeler &  Jeff Bailey at the Maine School Site Wellness Statewide Conference


Improv Is Opportunity




Companies. Athletic teams. Civic organizations. Schools.


With 15+ years professional development and graduate-level teaching experience, 25+ years combined directorial experience, and 30+ years combined classroom experience, Teachers Lounge Mafia are uniquely suited to providing meaningful opportunities for educators, coaches, advisors and administrative staff.


Teachers Lounge Mafia offers professional development for businesses and

organizations interested in learning how the principles of improvisation lead to

improved productivity, more effective communication, dynamic problem solving

and overall enhanced team performance.


Contact Us Here to Learn More About How We Can Help. Rates Available by Request.

TLM members Natalie Simmons  &  Jeff Bailey do an icebreaker activity with Mountain Valley "Girls Talk" program participants

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