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Come for improv, leave with a new way of thinking about how to maximize the talents of a team. In this workshop, you’ll learn a set of skills that will help you make collaborating with others in your classes and your work more creative and fun.

Instructor: Maritza Montañez

Maritza is a Brooklyn-based performer and writer originally from California's San Joaquin Valley. She teaches at the Upright Citizens Brigade Training Center, performs with the theatre’s Harold team At Last! on Harold Night, and co-hosts Living Room: The First Generation, an improv show based on stories by first generation Americans. She has been featured in videos for MTV, Fusion, CH2, and Clickhole, among others. Maritza studied history and fiction at NYU, and improv, sketch, and characters at UCB Theatre under Amber Petty, Kate Zelensky, Anthony Atamanuik, Ryan Karels, Abra Tabak, Brandon Scott Jones, Shannon O'Neill, Brandon Gardner, Billy Merritt, and Jackie Jennings. She is also a bookseller, sensitivity reader, and very occasional flautist.


This workshop is part of our fall 2019 series on collaboration.

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