Upright Citizens BrigadeImprovisation and Sketch ComedyTraining Center
(9813) Advanced Study Harold Tuesdays 7-10pm Morgan Grace Jarrett
Advanced Study Harold: Advanced Harold Workshop
Completion of 401; Acceptance to Advanced Study Improv
Tue April 29, 2014, 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 Morgan Jarrett
Crazy Man/Crazy Man. Embracing Straight man free Improv. How to keep scenes real & grounded but still play crazy. Focus on Peas in a Pod, Justifications and making "crazy man" choices.
Students must be accepted into the Advanced Study Program andto apply for a spot in this class. Students will be selected randomly 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:
This class is no longer accepting applications.
You have until 5:00 pm on Friday April 11 to enter your email address. Students will be notified on Monday April 12 if they have a slot in the class.
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Morgan Grace Jarrett, Teacher
Morgan has been a performer at UCB Theatre since 2008. She has studied under, Joe Wengert, Micheal Delaney, Bobby Moynihan and Chris Gethard. She was an original member of HAROLD Teams Ragnarock and American Cousin and can now be seen every Saturday with Grandma's Ashes. Morgan was also a member of the Indie Improv Teams Oprhan Tycoon and Harry & Conrad. Other UCB shows include, OMG, I Heard You're Dying, The Bachelor: Romance, Roses and Romance, Ladies Night and the MAUDE Team Gramps. TV credits include, NBC andComedy Central. She can be seen in numerous web videos for, UCB Comedy, Jest, Landline and more. She also played the role of Kit in the Web Series Vag Magazine. Morgan is thrilled to be teaching an art form she loves so much.