UnScripted Productions

UnScripted Productions, which celebrates its one-year anniversary next month, is Bucks County’s home for all things improvisation.

Classes are available for kids (ages 8+), teens (ages 12+) and adults.

In addition to learning the skills of improvisation, UnScripted Productions prides itself on helping students find out something about themselves as human beings.

Students who take an improv class develop essential 21st century skills including increased confidence, improved public speaking skills, gained comfort in social situations, refined brainstorming abilities, increased listening and observation skills, enhanced creative-thinking abilities, reduced anxiety and increased happiness.

UnScripted Productions was founded by husband and wife team, Will and Danielle Dennis.

Both Will and Danielle are members of Actors Equity Association – Will as a performer and Danielle as a stage manager.

When they moved to Bucks County, they wanted to follow their dreams of building something together to help all people discover the incredible benefits of being involved in theater, specifically improvisation.

Danielle, who currently manages the Lewis Arts Complex at Princeton University, credits her involvement in theater with everything in her career.

She spent over 10 years working for the Walnut Street Theater, Opera Philadelphia and Philadelphia Theatre Company. “Theater gave me a whole tool box filled with the transferable skills that are essential in any work environment. We wanted to find a way to help other people discover how life-changing something like theater and improv can be.”

“Everything we do is shaped around the core tenet of improv; the phrase ‘yes, and.’ It all starts with the idea of acceptance and non-judgement,” says Will. “It’s amazing what can happen when we all feel accepted and supported.”

New classes are offered each season. Fall classes are now enrolling.

To learn more visit UnScripted Productions online at or call/text them at 215-352-3643.

PHOTO CAP: Kids Improv students basking in the love of the audience as they take their final bow this spring.