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Improv Sunday School: Scene Work Intensive: Expanding and Forwarding
Sun, May 21, 2017, 12:00 PM – 3:00 PM PDT
Improv Sunday School: Scene Work Intensive - Expanding and Forwarding
Premium Improv Instruction from a Passionate and Focused Instructor.
ABOUT THE WORKSHOP:
In this workshop we will focus on furthering our scenework. When we don’t know where to go in an improv scene, it is often because we don’t know what our characters want. The fact is, all that you need is already there. Come learn how to mine for ALL the information already present in your scene. Knowing your want will allow you to drive the scene forward with confidence and clarity.
Yes, This is a 3 hour intensive. Be sure to arrive early as we have a lot of material to get through.
Bring clothing easy to move in, something to take notes, and a yesAND attitude!
ABOUT IMPROV SUNDAY SCHOOL: Since 2014, Improv with Marcus hosts monthly 3 hour improv intensives. Although each class has a specific focus, curriculum is augmented to best meet the needs of the students.
Never the same class, always new insights.
For more information about Improv with Marcus please visit: http://improvwithmarcus.com/
Word on the street...
"...He creates a fun and safe environment to learn. He is always willing to take questions and help you best understand concepts. He will push you to be a better performer and has a good eye for assessing what you need to work on to hone your craft. I consider myself lucky to get to work with him. If you get a chance to take a workshop you will not be disappointed and you will be better for it.“
Erin D. - Leela Performing Improv Ensemble/HR Manager
"Working with Marcus is a truly inspiring experience. He comes to every class with an amiable zest that makes you want to get down to business. Unlike any other instructor I've worked with, Marcus' instructions and explanations are clear, concise and, most important to the working player, immediately useful. From the moment Marcus starts addressing you, it is clear that he is working with you, not just throwing information at you. He asks you if what he said makes sense, listens carefully to your response, and instructs accordingly."
Jonathan - San Francisco Improviser/Stand Up