How do we produce a thematically engaging, coherent show on a moment-to-moment basis… with no director? When art is created by committee, we rely on trust and honoring each others ideas, while never depriving the group of our own. This is a three-hour, advanced workshop that will explore the basic tenets of group-minded improv, how they are put to best use in forms like “The Harold” (no prior experience necessary), and where to look for the patterns and threads that tie our piece together without relying too much on narrative.
Date and Time: SATURDAY, JUNE 29, 2019 from 12 PM – 3PM
Location: Steel City Improv Theater at 5950 Ellsworth Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15232
Tuition: $50 (early registration price ends Sunday, June 2nd)
Prerequisite: SCIT LEVEL ONE IMPROV OR EQUIVALENT EXPERIENCE.
Instructor: Gretchen Eng
Hailing from Chicago, Gretchen primarily performs at the iO Theater with the Harold Team Devil’s Daughter and The Armando Diaz Experience- which she also produces, along with the Teacher/Student Jam. She is an adjunct at Roosevelt University and has taught workshops for a wide array of groups, including Cambridge Footlights International Touring Company in the U.K., the 16th Annual Würzburger Improtheaterfestival, and the Barcelona Improv Group’s BIG IF 5. Having performed in Chicago for over 12 years, Gretchen coaches, leads workshops for artists and corporate groups, improvises on a near-nightly basis, and teaches Levels 1-3 of the iO Training Center curriculum (along with the International Summer Intensive).
**Register for both this workshop and Two-Person Scene Work Deep Dive and you’ll receive an additional $10 off.**