Gary Kramer

How Improv Improves ADHD Thinking, Social Skills, and Executive Functions

About the Speaker

Gary Kramer is a producer, director and actor and is the Artistic Director and founder of the National Comedy Theatre as well as Executive Director of Unscripted Learning. His production of the National Comedy Theatre is currently the longest running show in San Diego history, with over 6000 performances since opening in 1999. In addition to the San Diego production, Gary also directed the New York company of the show and has taught extensively for over 25 years. He has participated in countless shows across the country as well as internationally through 4 USO tours, where he performed in places such as Iraq, Kuwait, Germany, Greece, Italy, Spain and Belgium. As a performer, Gary has also appeared on television, film, commercials and radio and earned a BFA degree from Emerson College in Boston. Gary also currently serves as Executive Director and Vice President of the Board of the San Diego Performing Arts League.

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