Scenework for Narrative Longform: Improv 401 at Merlin Works

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Scenework for Narrative Longform: Improv 401 at Merlin Works

Postby smerlin » February 28th, 2013, 10:13 pm

It's our first 401 at ZACH. And it's also my fa-vo-rite class!

If you're an experienced improviser/interested in learning narrative longform this is the place to start.

Master Improvised Storytelling.
Collect the training and tools to perform longform unscripted comedic plays, movies and stories.
At the end of these three classes, you’ll perform a show in the genre of your choosing with your classmates at our theater.

Each class meets for Eight 2.5 hour sessions at the ZACH Theater
Classes have between 8-16 students
Each class is taught by a veteran improvisor/instructor
Early bird registration saves you $25
Some students get performance opportunities in monthly improv shows at ZACH

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Improv 401: Scenework for Narrative Longform
This workshop gets to the heart of improv for storytellers by exploring scenework for narrative longform. We explore deep Yes And, the power of repetition, physical storytelling, organic acting, scene start initiations, establishing a hero, raising the stakes and basic story structure. Scenework is both a microcosm and a building block of improvised comedic stories. (8 meetings. Class size limit = 14)

Wednesdays 7:30pm – 10pm | March 20th – May 8, 2013 | with Michael Joplin
Price: $200, $25 Earlybird discount expires at midnight March 3, 2013.

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Shana Merlin
You improvise every day.
Why not get good at it?
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Re: Scenework for Narrative Longform: Improv 401 at Merlin W

Postby joplin » March 15th, 2013, 6:42 pm

Hell Yes. Come join me in this class. I reposted about this class recently with awesome videos to boot. I would love to have you in this class. Nuff said.
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