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Sketch Comedy Writing Through Improvisation with Joe Guppy

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650 South Orcas Street

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Due to the extraordinary interest in the last session, this class was added. Learn to write comedy with fun and energizing improv games, as taught by Emmy-award-winning comedy writer, Joe Guppy. Students will learn basic improv skills, and how to build a comedy premise. We will gather around a supportive and encouraging writer’s table to rewrite using story structure, and study scenes from Saturday Night Live, Key & Peele, and comedy films. Perfect for aspiring or experienced improvisers, actors, comedy writers, screenwriters, playwrights. The class culminates with a writers showcase.

Skills offered in class: fundamentals of comedy writing, basic scene improvisation, story structure, rewriting, how to create a comedy premise.

Date: 6 Saturdays April 25, May 2, 9, 16, 23 and 30
Time: 10:00 - 1:15
Location: Unexpected Productions Georgetown Studio, 650 South Orcas St, Seattle 98108 The last class will include a showcase performance the last hour of class.
Maximum Students: 12
Cost: $250 ($263.49 including booking fees)
Prerequisite: None

Age: 18+

Teacher Bio: Joe Guppy, M.A., won 8 Emmys and a Writers Guild award for comedy writing and performing. He’s a former head writer/cast member for the Seattle comedy show Almost Live, which ran for 15 seasons on KING-TV5, with two runs on Comedy Central. Joe is a founding member of Seattle Theatre Sports and has written television scripts in Los Angeles for directors John Landis (Blues Brothers, Animal House) and Blake Edwards (Pink Panther). He’s taught fiction and scriptwriting at Seattle University and is an experienced group leader.

**Cancellation policy: If you must cancel before the first class, we offer credit only towards a future class. We are unable to offer refunds. If you cancel after the first class, we will not offer credit toward a future class. Again, we are unable to offer refunds.

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