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6 Ways to Create Sustainable Characters with Rachael Mason
SATURDAY 2/25 @ 2-430PM
Be people who live in worlds you won't want to leave. This workshop offers succinct and varied ways to create memorable and rich characters.
Rachael Mason began her career in improvisation at Skidmore College, home of the National College Comedy Festival, with the Ad-Liberal Artists. After graduating with a degree in English Literature, concentrating on Shakespearean Studies, she moved to Chicago to study improv comedy with Del Close. She trained at The Second City, The Annoyance, and iO. Currently she performs with The Second City Improv Allstars, and The Boys. She is most happy when she is teaching improv.
No need to print tickets. Be green (and just be prepared to show photo ID at the door).
The Largest Comedy Festival in the Southern United States, produced by the DSI Comedy Theater in Chapel Hill, proudly celebrates its 17th annual comedy party! Our festival celebrates North Carolina comedy and features acts from all over North America including Aparna Nancherla, Emo Philips, Kevin McDonald, Mo Collins, Kevin Allison and RISK!, Eddie Brill, Eric Hunicutt & Holly Laurent, Brian O'Connell, The Josh and Tamra Show ― all performing in local Chapel Hill and Carrboro, February 15-26 2017.
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NC Comedy Arts Festival
Produced by DSI Comedy and Zach Ward; NCCAF was created in 2001 to showcase Chicago-style improvisation and educate Carolina audiences.
Over the last 16 years, NCCAF has proudly showcased (and elevated) the comedic arts for audiences in North Carolina, improv acts, films, sketch comics and standup comedians including Louis CK, Mike Birbiglia, Maria Bamford, Kevin McDonald (Kids in the Hall) Emo Philips, Bryan Tucker (SNL), Chris Tallman (Reno 911, Thundermans), "JJ" Walker, Anthony King (UCBT, Broad City), Eddie Brill (Late Show), Charna Halpern, Susan Messing, JImmy Carrane, Bassprov, Jill Bernard, Death by Roo Roo, Dual Exhaust, The Reckoning, and more.