CLASS: Level 307: Improv For Storytellers, Bolton Street Synagogue, Tuesday, 09. July 2019

Level 307: Improv For StorytellersThe only thing more important than the stories we hear are the stories we tell. In an everyday sense, stories help us to gain perspective on ourselves and the world will live in, but in improv stories can be used to inspire scenes. In this advanced, seven-week class students will use fictional and non-fictional stories to generate initiations, comedic premises and other scenic elements for their performances. Students will survey popular storytelling formats including Armando, Living Room, and Story-Story, while refining their ability to speak extemporaneously, identify comedic opportunities, and navigate two person improv scenes. This class is perfect for the students craving truthful improv that is premise rich, yet relatable, improv that inherently creates connections between the ensemble and the audience. The class will culminate with a performance that showcases students' storytelling abilities. Prerequisites: Level 101, Level 201, and at least one other 300-Level class

7 Tuesdays, 7-9:30pm, July 9th - August 18th at the Bolton Street Synagogue
Student Showcase on Saturday, August 24th at 5pm at The BIG Theater
Teacher: Tavish Forsyth
Cost: $265

Tuesday, 09. July 2019, Bolton Street Synagogue, CLASS: Level 307: Improv For Storytellers

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