Welcome to The Slightly Better Theatre Group! We are a theatre company dedicated to improving our lives and the world around us using fun, interactive exercises and games that embody what our ideal selves feel like. We share our stories with each other in a supportive, non-judgemental space where there are no mistakes, and everything is fuel for good theatre.

Read Lauren Stein’s new book, Fun at Work: Play Your Way to Better Mental Health. Learn more here.

What does the Press say about Lauren?

“‘It’s this total freedom from our own inner critic, harsh voice and censorship,’ says Lauren Stein about how improv helps with well-being” – Guelph Today

“The point is to break up the conditioned habit loops in their minds that keep people fretting about mistakes from the past and problems that may arise in the future. … I can certainly see how Stein’s form of therapy could be effective,” says Bill Hulet in the Guelph Back-Grounder article, Will Improv Fix Capitalism, or, is it a Revival of Sacred Clowning?

Lauren talked improv in a changing business world and played scenes with radio DJs on CBC The Morning Edition – K-W with Craig Norris, Ontario Morning with Julianne Hazlewood (13 minutes in), Windsor Morning, London Morning, and Metro Morning in Toronto.

Jenny Mitchell talked with Lauren about taking care of yourself during a pandemic, and many other things, for CFRU and Bridging the Social Distance. Lauren was interviewed on the Todd Donald Show. She was also featured in Barbara Salsberg Mathews’ article, How to stay creative in a pandemic.

CBC Windsor Morning
CBC London Morning