Performing Downton Abbey with John Remak (#03-1750)
Friday, March 15, 2013 at 7:00 PM (PDT)
6-10pm on Friday March 15, 10am-5pm on Saturday March 16, 10am-5pm Sunday March 17. Performance 7pm Sunday March 17
Schedule: 4 sessions; once a week for four weeks
Class size: 10 students maximum
Class length: 3 hours (12 hours total)
Prerequisite: Long-form performance experience mandatory, along with coach and dean approval. Contact email@example.com to confirm eligibility before signing up.
Don't miss your chance to be in the first-ever BATS cast to perform the hottest genre today: Downton Abbey. An advanced improv intensive designed for experienced improvisers, This workshop will deeply focus on character, status, and sustaining an emotionally driven narrative. Plus you'll be served a full helping of the genre by exploring the life and manners (and costumes)! of early 20th century England and getting to know the real difference between a second footman and a Dowager Countess. Prepatory work will be required.
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.