A 12-week 101/201 Improvisational comedy class will meet from 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesdays in the Betty Waldron Theatre at Bob Carter’s Actor’s Workshop & Repertory Co. from September 5 through Nov. 28. (No class 10/31.)
Why is it that some improv scenes succeed while others fall flat? What gives a consistently good improviser the knack to be so good so often? Learn the commandments of improvisation and how to obey them and put them into practice.
Through the use of games, exercises and character exploration, this class provides the tools you need to not only be confident thinking on your feet, but to also become the kind of intuitive actor others love sharing a stage with. Take the mystery out of improv and have a lot of fun doing it!
The class cost is $250 for the 12-week series, plus a one-time lifetime registration fee of $35 for students new to Actors Rep. A minimum of five students is required to hold the class, and a total of no more than twelve will be enrolled.
Improv 101/201 instructor Kathleen Kenny is a professional actor whose passion in teaching and performing lies in improvisational theatre. She received her B.F.A. from the University of Utah and is one of ten students in her class to graduate from the University’s Actor Training Program. She is also a graduate of the Upright Citizens Brigade (UCB)Training Center of New York City, where she studied under Anthony King, Joe Wengert and Shannon O’Neil. After graduation she continued her training in the UCB’s advanced 500 level class with Michael Delaney. She had practice sessions with Dyna Mo and Anthony Atamanuik, a master class with Improv Olympics’ Susan Messing and has performed with Knock Your Socks Off Comedy Improv in Salt Lake City, Utah, and Joy Newman’s Grown Ups Playground in New York City.
Call Kathleen Kenny with any questions about the class at 561) 301-4917.
Actor’s Rep first gained attention at its original location, 308 South Dixie, as an innovative, avant garde theatre and actors’ and technicians’
Bob Carter’s Actor’s Workshop & Repertory Company, Inc. is incorporated in the state of Florida to provide education and training in the theatre arts and to develop professional theatrical productions using primarily local talent. The corporation is a not-for-profit 501(c) (3) organization and all contributions are tax deductible.