Questions about the Quest? You are in the right place!

We confess, the Quest is a bit challenging to explain. The best way to understand the benefits of the Quest is to go on one. Not ready yet? Then read on! Hopefully we can answer some of your questions. 

The Quest can help participants:
  • Be present, be more mindful, curious, and attentive,
  • Enhance listening skills,
  • Learn to recognize patterns, explore their meaning and understand why it is important to do so,
  • Let go,
  • Be more open to new experiences,
  • Enhance self-awareness,
  • Cultivate an improvisational mindset
  • Experience potentially life changing insights
Who is it for?
  • Improvisers
  • Applied Improvisers
  • Coaches
  • Trainers
  • Facilitators
  • Executives
  • Entrepreneurs
  • Organizations
  • Educators
  • and other interested parties.
The Quest Can Be Customized for:
  • Team building
  • Experiential training
  • Executive training
  • Urban Exploration
  • Contact us

Learn to:

Be Present

Pay Attention


Recognize Patterns

“Say yes”

Let Go

Still Have Some Questions?
Reading Our Blog Might Help


January 3, 2017

Meet the Harold

January 15, 2016 in Meet the Quest

The Story of the Quest

Described by many as “the guru,” a “creative genius” and “the premier influence on modern improvisational theater,” Del Close,the actor, writer comedian is perhaps best known for creating ‘the Harold,’ a type of long-form improvisation that became the basis for many other improv games and structures that he developed in…
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January 15, 2016 in Meet the Quest

What is the Quest?

Described by participants as, “completely transformational,” The Quest is an improvisational structure developed by the legendary improv thought leader Del Close during a series of workshops he conducted in New York City. Initially created  to be a twenty-four hour, solo improv-exercise. The Quest has been modified and adapted since its initial…
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The Gift of Attention




Quests Completed


Size we launched in March of 2015, dozens of people have embarked on Quests on three continents. Will you be next?