Sketch Elective Sundays 6:30-9:30pm

Sketch Elective: Special Sketch Class

Prerequisites May require previous UCB class experience. See course description below for details.
Scheduled Sundays 6:30-9:30pm
Start Date Jan 20, 2019, 6:30pm
Price $475
Class Size 10 students
Sessions 8 sessions, 3 hours each

Writing A Web Series:

Ever wanted to write a web series but have no idea how to get it started? Then you're in luck! During the 8 weeks of this class, you will develop, outline, write and  an entire web series. We will develop the series from the earliest points of taking a comedic idea and making a show around it. Come to the first class with 5 pitches for a potential web series you want to write and something to take notes on, whether it's a computer or notepad. 

Prerequisite: Successful completion of Sketch 201

Does not meet February 3. Meets on the weekends of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day and Presidents Day. Final session is on St. Patrick's Day.

Marshall Stratton, teacher

Marshall Stratton Marshall has been featured on ABC's What Would You Do? NBC's Late Night With Jimmy Fallon, TruTv's Hack My Life, Comedy Central's Atom TV, and Bio Channel's Celebrity Ghost Stories. He has appeared in commercials for Kohl's, Bombfell and Pop Tarts. Stratton was the Republican class president Michael Jay in the Off-Broadway show, The Awesome 80's Prom. He's been featured in numerous online videos for The Kicker, Mashable, Michael Showalter Productions, Above Average, DIY, MTV Other, CH2, and UCB Comedy. The Memphis native has been written up in the Huffington Post, Splitsider, Betches Love This, Tubefilter, Decider, and IndyBuild. Stratton is a proud member of the UCB Harold Team, Ice Cold Bev. He is one half of the sketch duo Coker & Stratton, who won Best Actor and the Comedy Central Development Award at the 2015 New York Television Festival and the Special Jury Mention award at the 2015 Northside Film Festival for their web series, The Other Kennedys. For more goofs and spoofs, go to

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