Adult Classes and Workshops

Classes and Workshops

We offer a variety of classes for adults ranging from yoga to improv. Details and registration for all of our adult classes are below. We also offer team building workshops and corporate training workshops. More information on corporate workshops here. If you're looking for classes for children, visit this page for a variety of classes for kids. 




How to Train Your Dragon Workshops

Free Workshop On Self-Producing

Ever thought "I've got a great idea, let's put on a show?" Dragon Productions Theatre Company is hosting a "How To Train Your Dragon" workshop to artists who are interested in self-producing. This is a free event hosted by Dragon's Co-Artistic Directors Bora "Max" Koknar and Alika Spencer-Koknar. 

The workshop is open to anyone who wants to know more about what it takes to self-produce an artistic event, and artists who attend a workshop are given extra consideration when applying for the 2020 2nd Stages Series. 


Please pick one of the following dates below. They are the same workshop so you only need to attend one date. 


This free workshop is being presented at the Dragon Theatre (2120 Broadway Street in downtown Redwood City) in the upstairs classroom. If stairs are an issue and you'd like to attend, please let us know at 


Register to Attend




Improvisation seminars are routinely used as training for tech companies. The San Francisco Chronicle had a great piece as to why that's worth a read


Improv For Anyone! SUMMER Session

Workshop leader: Corinne Kason

Our very popular Saturday morning Improv Class is back. This class welcomes everyone: those new to Improv, seasoned improvisers, actors who want to try this genre of theater, and all those in between who just want to have fun. Games are designed for everyone's enjoyment and growth.  Many techies, doctors, lawyers, couples, and homemakers find this class refreshing and fun and a way to unleash their creative talents and become more open and communicative.

Come give improv a try Saturday mornings at the Dragon Theatre. We've got a summer session scheduled starting in June, and if you've taken class with Corinne before you can certainly register again! 
This round of classes is taught by Corinne Kason, a professional actress who has worked in New York, Los Angeles and the San Francisco Bay Area. She taught Improv for the Screen Actors Guild Conservatory in L.A. and S.F. and is currently teaching Improv at the San Carlos Charter Learning School.
WHEN: The summer session runs Saturdays from 10a - noon from June 15-July 27 with no class on June 22.
WHERE: The Dragon Theatre in downtown Redwood City (2120 Broadway Street) on the stage.
WHO: Anyone aged 18 and up! There's a minimum requirement of 8 people for the class to be a "go." A maximum of 16 students accepted so register early to make sure you get a spot in this popular class! Registration closes at 5 pm Wednesday, June 12th.
HOW MUCH: $200 for the entire 6 weeks (about $33 a session), with an early bird discount of $175 if you register by May 31st at 5p.
Questions? Email us at

Register for Improv for Everyone 




Public Speaking


See private coaching below.



Private Coaching 

Max Koknar, Co-Artistic Director, can work with you and help you improve your skills in public speaking and business presentations, audition prep (professional, community, college), character movement and physicality, mime, physical comedy, stage combat, improvisation and dialect work. He can also partner with actors of any level over the long term with regular sessions to develop self-awareness of their strengths and weaknesses and work together on improving your overall craft in a supportive and stimulating environment. 

Max can also provide consultation on things like play writing and script development, self-producing, marketing, personal branding, audience experience design (site specific/immersive/interactive plays and other live events). 


Where appropriate and more convenient for the client, it may be possible to arrange an online class via skype or similar service. 


Pricing is on a sliding scale depending on what you want to work on and ability to pay, from $50 - $150 an hour. Contact Max at max (at) with a little about yourself and what you're looking for to get a specific quote. 

A brief look at Max's bio: 
  • Actor, Consultant with First Person Travel on NYT Featured Headlands Gamble
  • Lead Actor, Writer, Co-Director, Co-Artistic Director on SFWeekly Featured Ancien Regime
  • Story and Audience Experience Designer on a collaboration with Finnish government (The Decameron Project 2017) at the old Outokumpu mine.
  • Consultant/Guest Lecturer/Teaching Artist/Coach in collaboration with U.C. Berkeley (Berkeley, CA), Adventure Design Group (San Francisco, CA), The Ohio State University (Columbus, OH), Willow Glen Elementary Tiger Theatre (San Jose, CA), Daniel Wright Elementary (Dublin, OH),  Theatre of All Possibilities (Various Bay Area, CA), California Theatre Center (Various, CA, NV, WA, OR), Northside Theatre (San Jose, CA), Crowded Fire (San Francisco, CA), Triangle Lab (Bay Area, CA) and the Arena Stage (Washington DC)
  • Have performed in front of nearly 500,000 people over the course of my career.
  • Past collaborators and teachers include movement coaches who’ve worked for the Blue Man Group and Marvel’s Thor, students and collaborators of Marcel Marceau, Obie Award Winners, and Cirque du Soleil clowns.


About Dragon Productions Theatre Company:
Dragon Productions Theatre Company is a 501c3 nonprofit company. Your attendence in our classes allows us to keep expanding our offerings season after season and enriches the greater Bay Area community. Thank you so much for your interest and support! 




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