3-day ELF Intensive: Elements of Long-Form directed by Tim Orr (#02-1723)
Saturday, February 16, 2013 at 10:00 AM (PST)
San Francisco, CA
10am-5pm for three consecutive days: February 16, 17, and 18.
Schedule: 3 day-long sessions. Each day has an hour lunch break.
Class size: 12 students maximum
Class length: 6 hours (18 hours total)
Prerequisite: Studio Scenework and Dean Approval (email firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm eligibility).
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Welcome to "Elements of Longform Improvisation"! In this 3-day intensive course, you'll develop an appreciation for longform improvisation in its many forms, and some of the basic skills that go into doing it! Tim Orr, along with a small team of BATS coaches, will guide you through exercises and games that look at and work on:
- taking your time and paying attention
- narrative, especially establishing a strong foundation
- improvising in genres
- transitions between scenes
This class is for students in the Studio Level who have done scenework, and maybe even short-form performance (Harold, Freestyle, etc.) but have little or no long-form experience. A perfect way to get some serious long-form chops and familiarity, this class will qualify you to be considered for more advanced work as it will give you a grounding in the essential elements of Long-Form improvisation as BATS practices it.
BATS Improv Class Refund Policy:
Your class tuition includes a non-refundable deposit equal to 20% of your payment.
If you have registered for a class and decide you want to drop that class AT LEAST 14 DAYS BEFORE THE FIRST CLASS SESSION, you may choose to receive a refund for the amount of the class minus your non-refundable deposit OR you may choose to reapply your payment IN FULL to another BATS class.
Classes dropped 4-13 days before the start of the class are not eligible for the re-application of full payment to another class. You may either reapply your payment (minus the applicable deposit) or receive a partial refund. This option is not available for those enrolled in summer intensives or youth/teen camps.
Regular classes/workshops dropped within 72 hours of the first class session, or summer intensives and youth/teen camps dropped within two weeks of the first session, are not eligible for either re-application or any refund.