Get Specific - ONLINE Saturdays 11am-1pm/2-4pm ET
Get Specific - ONLINE: Carve out base realities faster and hit games sooner.
|Scheduled||Saturdays 11am-1pm/2-4pm ET|
|Start Date||Dec 12, 2020, 11:00am|
|Class Size||12 students|
|Sessions||4 sessions, 2 hours each|
Get Specific with Alex Berg
You can carve out base realities faster and hit games sooner by using specifics in your scenes! The difference between "butt dial" and "booty call" is all in the specific language used. By being precise about what you mean you'll get more mileage out of the moves you're already making, and find new moves that would otherwise be unavailable.
Students should have access to a computer and stable, robust internet access, webcam & microphone.
This online course uses Google Classroom and Google Meet programs to conduct live sessions with your instructor and fellow students.
Please check to see if you have the compatibility requirements for utilizing these
programs before registering:
NOTE: CLASS MEETS AT PACIFIC STANDARD TIME (PST)
(UCB WINTER BREAK - December 23-January 3)
To join the online class email list for new classes, special events and discounts visit: http://eepurl.com/hbKC05
Alex Berg, teacher
Alex Berg grew up in Connecticut, where there's not much to do besides climb trees and read Calvin & Hobbes. Shortly after getting a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology from Vassar College, he threw a pair of cargo shorts and a few t-shirts into a duffel bag and drove out to LA. Now, Alex spends the bulk of his waking hours writing, acting, and improvising. Currently, he performs with UCB house teams Sentimental Lady and Convoy, and can frequently be seen prowling around backstage hoping to sit in with other shows as well. Occasionally, he shows up on television, in shows like Terriers, Reno! 911, and MANswers. Recently, he played a naked old lady in Hell Baby (Sundance 2013) and a post apocalyptic hipster in Best Friends Forever (Slamdance 2013). Beyond all that, he's a huge science nerd and a bit unkempt. Deal with it.Registration Unavailable
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