San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Joey Price is coming to San Francisco, and will be teaching a class! Joey hails from the UCB in New York, and is bringing his expertise to you, only at Endgames improv.
The key to the best improv scenes is strong listening and reacting. In this workshop we'll focus on techniques to give your scenes fuller games and more advanced agreement. Your scene partner has all the answers, folks. Let's start using them!
Joey Price is an actor/improviser/writer living in Brooklyn, and a teacher for the Upright Citizens Brigage. At UCB, he has studied under Shannon O'Neill, Ari Voukydis, Chelsea Clarke, Kevin Hines and Lydia Hensler. He is on the UCB Harold team The Enemy, formerly on the Harold team Graceland, and can be seen performing around town with his indie-teams Warren and We Godzillas. TV and commercial credits include The Food Network, Yahoo! Fantasy Baseball and Happy Family Foods. Joey got his comedy start in San Francisco, where he worked as a theatre producer, director, writer and performer. He is the co-founder of Beards Beards Beards: A Theatre Company, whose productions included Gutenberg! The Musical!(featuring Joey as Bud), and his original show Emo! the musical, which was also produced as part of the 2009 SF Sketchfest. He is a founding member of the sketch comedy/performance art troupe VentureTek, who performed at the aforementioned SketchFest and other venues across the bay area, and he directed musical theatre for 3 years at the University of San Francisco. He holds a B.A. in theatre from San Francisco State University.
When & Where
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.