You’ll laugh, you’ll cry you’ll be moved!
Using and reacting to emotions is something we all do but sometimes forget to use in improv scenes. Emotions can help your improv scenes become more real and connected. When you take on an emotion it will help you develop a point of view helping to direct you and develop a reason for what you’re doing in a scene. The class will start with a few basic exercises and then develop to simple scene work focusing on emotions.
Bruce Yelaska is a San Francisco improviser currently playing on the improv team Cat Dance performing at End Games.
Tickets are non-refundable.
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Endgames improv is about comedy, community, and putting live performances in front of San Francisco. We believe a few things. First, everyone deserves good comedy. Shows shouldn't cost twenty dollars, which is why all our shows cost ten dollars or less. Most of them are five. A lot of them are FREE. Second, we believe in our community of students, performers, and teachers. This is our community, and it can be YOUR community, too. Come be a part of what we do.