(10168) Advanced Study Performance Mondays 6:30-9:30pm Erik Tanouye
Advanced Study Performance: Advanced Performance Workshop
- Advanced Study Harold; Application only
- Mondays 6:30-9:30pm
- Start Date
- Mon June 30, 2014, 6:30pm EDT
We'll talk about all the cool improv we saw at the Del Close Marathon and try to incorporate it into some amazing improv shows. (We won't be focusing on bit shows, so try to see some longer improv shows from groups you haven't seen before!)
Students must be accepted into the Advanced Study Program and have completed an Advanced Study Harold class to apply for a spot in this class. Students will be selected from all qualified applicants. For more information on Advanced Study, see this page:
If you are interested in taking this class, please enter your email address in the form on this page:
You have until 7:00 pm on Sunday June 22 to enter your email address. Students will be notified on Tuesday June 24 if they have a slot in the class.
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Students who have taken 3 or more ASH classes can apply for this class, and it won't count towards their 12-month ASH/ASI total.
Erik Tanouye, Teacher
Erik Tanouye improvises with The Curfew, writes for the Maude Team Dinner and co-wrote the "BP Spills Coffee" video.
As an improviser, he has performed at Harold night for seven years as a member of Grandma's Ashes, Bastian, The Scam, 1985, The Shoves, and Dillinger. He also performed in the shows Proceed With Honor, Red Christmas, and The Mosaic NYC. His directing credits include I Eat Pandas, T.J. Monkeys, and Maude Night, and he has taught workshops at colleges and high schools up and down the East Coast.
Before moving to New York, he improvised with the Dog Day Players at Dartmouth College, where he got a degree in English and creative writing. He also worked for the Telluride Film Festival and has written for and appeared in pilots for Comedy Central and HBO.
He is currently the Director of Student Affairs for the UCB Training Center in New York.
His website is: www.writeitlikedisaster.com
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