Level One Comedy Improv for Kids
Ages 8-15
Mondays: 4:00pm to 5:00pm, Oct. 13th - Nov. 17th
6 weeks $60.00 - Instructor: Doug Montoya

Have fun, meet new people and learn to improvise in this fun, low-pressure classes. This six-week Beginning Workshop is designed for anyone and everyone who wants to loosen up, be more spontaneous and learn to take risks on stage and in life. No prior experience necessary.

Each week you'll play games and explore a challenging variety of improv exercises that unleash your natural creativity and humor. HAVE FUN! MEET NEW PEOPLE! The Beginning class is designed for both the newcomer who wants to discover the joy of improv and the novice looking to become a better improviser. This fun, low-pressure class introduces you to the basics of improv. You'll learn vocabulary, gain practical skills and create in a friendly and safe atmosphere.

Ages 12-18
Tuesdays: 4:00pm to 5:00pm, Oct. 14th - Nov. 18th
6 weeks $60.00 - Instructor: Kristin K. Berg and Doug Montoya

What's the point if you can't get the part? This class looks at what you can do in that audition room that gives you a better chance. We start from the moment you walk in and cover everything through to the ever important last impression. A practical course on auditioning for film, television and stage. This class is grounded in appling improv technics and Michael Shurtleff's audition.

Level Two Comedy Improv for Kids
Ages 8-15
Wednesdays: 4:00pm to 5:00pm,Oct. 15th - Nov. 19th
6 weeks $60.00 - Instructor: Alex Knight
This class explores and heightens the concepts and ideas introduced in Level 1. Emphasis is placed on developing a point of view on stage

Comedy Acting
Ages 12-18
Thursdays: 4:00pm to 5:00pm, Oct. 16th - Nov. 19th
6 weeks $60.00 - Instructor: Heather Yeo
This class will explore techniques for acting in comedies. Students will rehearse and present scenes from the best comedies of the past 500 years, learning the "hows" and "whys" of what makes plays funny and how to get the audience rolling in the aisles. A great chance to improve your acting skills, learn a little history, and most importantly, have a ton of fun!

SML - Comedy Sketch Workshop
Ages 12-18
Saturdays: 10:30am to 12:00pm, Oct. 18th - Nov. 21st
6 weeks $90.00 - Instructor: Heather Yeo
Students will write and star in their own sketch comedy show, in the style of Saturday Night Live or Mad TV. Students will work as a group to create characters and sketches, culminating in a performance of their work. From the braistorming to the performance, this class is a great chance for students to explore the worlds of improv, writing, and acting

Creative Movement
Ages 6-12
Saturdays: 12:30pm to 1:30pm, Oct. 18th - Nov. 21st
6 weeks $90.00 - Instructor: Carolyn Lee
Add another dimension to your acting, improve your dance skills, and have a lot of fun as we explore ways to learn about, create, and communicate with movement!

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