Del Close Marathon Workshop Friday 1-4pm
Del Close Marathon Workshop: Special Marathon Workshop
|Prerequisites||May require previous UCB class experience. See course description below for details.|
|Start Date||Jun 23, 2017, 1:00pm|
|Class Size||16 students|
|Sessions||1 session, 3 hours|
SPECIAL DCM WORKSHOP: Getting to The Real Why with Ronnie Adrian
Ever think after a scene "I gave a justification, why did that scene suck?" This workshop will help you push past the initial why and get you to the real why of the scene. Leading you to easier more fun games to play.
* 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.
Ronnie hails from the great state of South Carolina. He is an actor\writer\improviser\musician and Stand-up comedian. He would never actually say any of that to you if you asked him. The most you would get out of him is a meek "I do (insert single basic word to describe something)." Ronnie has done a commercial or two. And he has appeared on shows such as "Key & Peele" and "Who Let The Dogs Out?" a show on the Hallmark Channel. He played a Drill Sergeant. You can see him doing improv on Harold Night\Matinees at UCB. But also at Tuesday Night Thunder, the longest running indie improv show in LA. A show he co-host with other members of his improv team THUNDERSTRUCK. Also you can catch him around town having a blast doing stuff with his all-black, all-male improv\sketch team WHITE WOMEN. A team that has performed on the stages of UCB, Second City, i.O. West as well as many others. And that has had sketches featured on the front page of Funny or Die. Ronnie doesn't have a single career focus because he feels it's limiting. But the one thing he wants for himself in life is to "Just be happy." He spent a lot of his adult life not being happy and not doing the things he wanted to do. Hopefully that chapter of his life is over. Ronnie hopes one day he'll be good enough to be an improv teacher (That seriously is as far as his career scope realistically goes).Registration Unavailable
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