Level Two: Scene work (2017-06-13-TUES)
Building upon the Foundations of Improv in Level One, you will work on building truthful, realistic and dynamic scenes by grounding oneself in discovery, exploration and heightening. The best comedy comes from truthful commitment on stage. Level One was fun, here the work gets even more exciting when we delve deep into the improvised scene.
At the end of the class, students show off their improv skills in a class graduation show!
Prerequisite: Level One: Foundations of Improv
Dates and Time: TUESDAYS, 7pm-10pm, JUNE 13, 20, 27, JULY 11, 18, 25 (NO CLASS JULY 4)
Class Show: Friday, July 28 at 930pm.
Tuition: $250 (20% Early Registration Savings Ends Monday, May 15th, 2017)
Instructor: Chris Wright
Chris began his acting career in college, receiving minor degrees in film and theater while performing in stage productions in college and then later at his local community theater. He then moved to Pittsburgh from Buffalo, NY (GO BILLS!), began taking improv classes at the Steel City Improv Theater in December 2011 and hasn’t looked …