(7906) Advanced Study Performance Fridays 3:30-6:30pm Erik Tanouye
Advanced Study Performance: Advanced Performance Workshop
- Advanced Study Harold; Application only
- Fridays 3:30-6:30pm
- Start Date
- Fri January 25, 2013, 3:30pm EST
YOU MUST APPLY TO BE IN THIS CLASS, SEE INSTRUCTIONS BELOW.
Approximately Taught by Erik Tanouye
In this course, we'll explore staging scenes physically in ways that only approximate what they'd look like in real life, while keeping everything else the same.
This class will perform at the theatre.
If you are interested in taking this class, send an email to [email protected] with the subject "Advanced Study Performance 7906 Approximately", by 5pm on Monday December 17th. We will review the applicants and send a notice to those who have been accepted by noon Friday, December 21st.
Prerequisite: Completion of Advanced Study Harold class (or Improv 501). The ability to attend all 2 classes (and the show). Do not apply for this course if you can not attend both classes and the show.
Maximum class size is 16.
IMPORTANT: PLEASE NOTE THE REFUND POLICY FOR THESE CLASSES HAS CHANGED. THERE ARE NO REFUNDS STARTING 24 HOURS BEFORE THE FIRST SESSION (OR A FULL BUSINESS DAY FOR WEEKEND CLASSES).
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
This Course is Completed.