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Physicality Workshop with Rick Hall

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ImprovBoston

40 Prospect St

Cambridge, MA 02139

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Physicality Workshop with Rick Hall

This workshop will help connect your improv to your physical self, to avoid the dreaded “talking head” scenes. Rick will guide you in using your physical self to enrich your character work. You'll also work on creating physical environments and strong object work, to help your scenes have a stronger sense of location.

Rick got his start on the mainstage at Second City Chicago, and has taught improv all over the U.S. and Canada. He creates a supportive, fun environment where you'll feel safe to explore new ideas and expand your improv skills.

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$65 per person. Maximum: 16 students

Day/Time: Sunday, 10am-1pm

Class Dates: November 5, 2017

Prerequisites: At least 16 weeks of formal improv training

Student Showcase: None

Class Location: ImprovBoston (40 Prospect St, Cambridge)

Instructor: Rick Hall

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Rick Hall


After touring with “The Second City”, he opened two main stage shows, “John Paul Sartre & Ringo” and “Catch 27”. Rick Hall was a founding member of Chicago’s “Improv Institute”. Rick uses his improv skills as a host/presenter at meetings and corporate events, to help him handle whatever gets thrown at him.
Rick has been on improv-based TV shows “Curb Your Enthusiasm” and as a series regular on “The Factory”. He’s been a host of films and television shows, including 28 episodes of “KC Undercover”, and guest spots on “NCIS”, “24”, “The Middle”, “According to Jim”, and “Seinfeld”. He has been seen in numerous commercials for AT&T, Centrum, Sabra Hummus, Volkswagen and many more.


Rick loves writing and telling stories. His one man show, “Pigboy”, focused on stories about growing up on a farm in Central Illinois. It was chosen for the “HBO Comedy Arts Festival” in Aspen, and enjoyed successful runs in L.A., Chicago, and across the midwest. Rick has recorded a cd of several of his stories and turned one of them, “Slice of Pie”, into a short film, which has enjoyed a successful run of the film festival circuit, winning numerous awards.

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