Advanced Study Harold: Advanced Harold Workshop
- Completion of 401; Acceptance to Advanced Study Improv
- Wednesdays 2-5pm
- Start Date
- Wed September 19, 2012, 2:00pm EDT
Each master class course offered at this level is instructor-driven. Students will get to study the Harold and related performance pieces at an advanced level and will receive in-depth personal feedback about their own performance and progress as improvisers.
Advanced Harold Workshop with Kevin Hines
This class will NOT focus on individual notes, but instead focus on performing as a group. We will work on recognizing, understanding and playing other people's games to improve connections and fun transitions. We will work on abstract group games. And depending on the teacher's whims we will play with arbitrary rules, restrictions, or forms within the Harold structure.
Students must be accepted into the Advanced Study Program to register for this course. For more information on Advanced Study, see this page: http://newyork.ucbtheatre.com/classes/advanced
If you are approved for Advanced Study and wish to take this class please EMAIL [email protected] with the subject "Permission K Hines 7619 Advanced Study Harold". Even if you have received permission to register for previous Advanced Study courses, you still need to send an email and wait for a reply.
Class does not meet Sep 26
Note: Spaces in the course will be allotted to students in the order that application emails are received. The status of the course may change to "Sold Out" and back to "Request Permission" when students are being enrolled, but you do NOT need to reapply to this class if that happens. Your original email request will be kept on file and you will be contacted if a space becomes available for you.
Kevin Hines, Teacher
Kevin Hines has studied and performed at the UCBT since 2000. In that time he has learned from teachers like Ian Roberts, Matt Walsh, Amy Poehler, Matt Besser, Armando Diaz, Peter Gwinn, John Lutz, and TJ & Dave. Kevin can be seen performing with the UCB house team, The Curfew or with his brother in The Brothers Hines. Before all that he graduated from Cornell University where he wrote for the campus humor magazine the Lunatic. He has been teaching at the UCB since Spring 2008.