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Postby Dave » May 19th, 2015, 9:44 am

Many experienced performers, after their initial round of classes, don’t have opportunities to take workshops or get notes. If you are in a rut and haven’t felt like you have had a ‘good show’ in months or if you would like to take yourself to the next level this workshop may be for you.

This class is specifically designed for experienced improvisers to take an honest and supportive look at your own scene work, get some good feedback and receive notes that are fair and honest.

You will have the opportunity to try out some new exercises that will leave you feeling re-energized, focused and proud of your scene work, as well as seeing a leap in your confidence and performance abilities. You will also play with people with different levels of experience and backgrounds with the common goal of getting better at doing something that you love.

"..unique and valuable. I haven’t taken another class where I immediately benefited as much.”
- Kristin Henn​, Move Your Tale​, ColdTowne Theater​, Oh, Science​

"I watched my improv and the improv of my fellow classmates improve two-fold. It was inspiring.”
- Ruby Willmann​, The Escorts - Improv Theater from Austin​, Hideout Theatre​

"Brutal diagnostics, targeted exercises specific to my needs ...a crucial building block for my improv."
- Sarah Marie Curry​, The Institution Theater​, Girls Girls Girls - Improvised Musicals​

"When you walk out of one of Dave's workshops, you not only feel like a better improviser, you also feel like a valued contributor to a working artistic community.”
- John Ratliff​, ColdTowne Conservatory​, Glamping Trip​, Dervish​

"...he is able to communicate that information with a tone that is tailored to each student. My improv has gown leaps and bounds working with him."
- KC Harvey Taylor​, Got Your Back​ Podcast, Empty Promises​

Who can get better? Everyone!

If you disrespect your character, or play it just for laughs, it will sell some gags, but it's all technique.
It's like watching a juggler-- you'll be impressed by it, but it's not going to touch you in anyway. "
-Steve Coogan
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