Improv Elective ONLINE Tuesday and Wednesday 7:30-9:30pm EDT
Improv Elective: Special Improv Class
|Prerequisites||May require previous UCB class experience. See course description below for details.|
|Scheduled||ONLINE Tuesday and Wednesday 7:30-9:30pm EDT|
|Start Date||Mar 31, 2020, 7:30pm|
|Class Size||8 students|
|Sessions||2 sessions, 2 hours each|
In this course we will use improv to work on trusting your instincts and putting your authentic self out there. A common misconception in both offices and comedy is that you have to try hard to be engaging, when in fact letting go of pretense and being true to yourself is one of the best ways to garner trust in your colleagues, coworkers, and audiences. Eric has been improvising for over 10 years, and taught numerous workshops to improvisers and corporations. No previous improv or performance experience required!
THIS COURSE MEETS ONLINE:
Time Zone note: It will start at 7:30pm EDT.
Eric Gersen, teacher
Eric Gersen is a comedian and musician from New York City who once played piano for Mariah Carey. He is a performer and teacher at the UCBT, where he has performed on Harold Night, and currently performs with the Musical Improv Team Rumpleteaser, which he directs and musically accompanies. He has written several shows that have gone up at the UCBT including his solo show Gersenality: One Man's Search for Google Greatness, and the musical Seventeen Seventy-Something. He is the also Associate Music Director of the Story Pirates, a composer for Improv Everywhere, and he has composed music for various TV Shows including TruTV's Impractical Jokers, as well as web series, podcasts, short films, and videos across the internet.Registration Unavailable
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