Del Close Marathon Workshop Saturday 3:30-6:30pm

Del Close Marathon Workshop: Special Marathon Workshop

Prerequisites May require previous UCB class experience. See course description below for details.
Scheduled Saturday 3:30-6:30pm
Start Date Jun 30, 2018, 3:30pm
Price $55
Class Size 16 students
Sessions 1 session, 3 hours
Prerequisite: Completed or currently enrolled in Improv 201 or out-of town performer.*

SPECIAL DCM WORKSHOP: Responsibly Crazy with Brennan Lee Mulligan

In this workshop, we will focus on how to play unusual characters whose crazy behavior is rooted in a strong point of view, allowing us to do truly unusual things without ever losing our grip on the character's grounding or justification.

* You must be listed on the DCM website as a performer in a group from out of town to enroll.  The registrar will check for your name and if you are not listed when you enroll, you will be removed from the workshop and lose $55.

Brennan Lee Mulligan, teacher

Brennan Lee Mulligan Brennan Lee Mulligan is an improviser, writer and actor hailing from the mean streets of the Hudson Valley and the verdant forests of Hell's Kitchen. He has studied improv with Mike Still, Amey Goerlich, Patrick Clair, Chelsea Clarke, Kevin Hines, Brandon Gardner, Nate Dern, Will Hines, Anthony Atamanuik, Alex Berg, Julie Brister, Alex Fernie and Johnny Meeks.

Brennan is a College Humor Cast Member, and the writer of the award-winning webcomic Strong Female Protagonist. His work has been featured on Funny Or Die, Above Average, New Form and MTV Other, and he received an Excellence in Performance Award from the NY Fringe Festival.

He is also a part owner of the Wayfinder Experience, a live-action roleplaying summer camp for kids and teens, and is also a proud cast member of the nationally acclaimed Story Pirates. Of his many accomplishments, Brennan is perhaps most proud of the time a cantaloupe was thrown at him in his living room and he chopped it perfectly in half with a sword.

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