The Jewish tradition places a strong emphasis on the importance of studying Torah with a community. But Midrash seems so deeply personal! Torimprov gets students up and moving and participating in the Midrashic tradition for themselves: we start with a textual passage (feel free to choose a parasha of Torah, a scene from Tanakh, a section of Talmud, a favorite Midrash, or ask No’a to propose some options suitable for a particular theme) and, over the course of an hour (or more, if you want!), bring it to life with voice, nuance, props, possibilities and… oh, shucks… source sheets. Participants get to explore the Torah by embodying it, coming away with a new appreciation for the humanity present throughout Jewish text.