(8184) Advanced Study Harold Tuesdays 7-10pm Doug Moe
Advanced Study Harold: Advanced Harold Workshop
- Completion of 401; Acceptance to Advanced Study Improv
- Tuesdays 7-10pm
- Start Date
- Tue March 12, 2013, 7:00pm 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 Study Harold with Doug Moe
Suggestion Please: Why get a suggestion if we never use it? This class will focus on creating Harolds that honor an audience's suggestion. We will let the suggestion dictate the opening, the structure and the form the Harold takes.
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
Email: [email protected]
Subject line: Advanced Study Harold Moe 8184 Codeword Adele
The subject line must be 100% correct for your application to be accepted. You have until 2pm on Tuesday, February 26 to submit your application. Students will be notified after that point if they have been selected.
Body: Nothing is required.
Note: Spaces in the course will be allotted randomly based on all the applicants. 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.
Doug Moe, Teacher
His latest one-person show DOUG MOE IS A BAD DAD (“Well written, well directed and well paced, this show was an all around pleasure”- Improvisation Review) was featured and mentioned in the New York Times, The Brooklyn Paper, and Cool Mom Picks.
Doug can be seen performing at the UCB East in HOT FOR TEACHER.
Other past acting and writing credits include the sketch shows “Sad Dads,” “Get Evolved” and “Dr. Doug Changes Your Mind.” He has appeared on TV in such shows as The Onion News Network, 30 Rock and Rescue Me. His sketches have been heard on NPR and on the internet.
He writes about being a dad at www.manvchild.com.
Follow Doug on Twitter: http://twitter.com/DougMoe
More info: http://www.dougmoe.net
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This Course is Completed.