Improv 301 Sundays 6:30-9:30pm
Improv 301: Harold Structure
|Prerequisites||Must have received written notice that you have successfully completed Improv 201.|
|Start Date||Jan 6, 2019, 6:30pm|
|Class Size||16 students|
|Sessions||8 sessions, 3 hours each|
|Performance||Mar 9, 2019, 4:00pm|
This course introduces students to the long form improvisation structure known as "The Harold," developed by Del Close.
"The Harold" is a series of scenes inspired by a single suggestion that fit together into one cohesive half hour piece. Students learn how to 1) perform openings, 2) create scenes inspired by an opening 3) perform "group games," 4) second and third beats (returning to scenes later in the piece).
Course meets for 8 sessions, each 3 hours long.
Students will take part in a class performance, generally held at the UCB Theatre.
Students required to see at least 2 improvised shows at the UCB Theater before the end of the course.
Class Size: 16 Students
Note: Does not meet February 3. Does meet weekends of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day and Presidents Day. Check calendar before enrolling.
Corey Brown, teacher
Corey is a student, performer and teacher with the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre. Before moving to NYC he studied and performed at the Dirty South Improv Theatre with the team Mister Diplomat. He has studied under Lennon Parham, Eric Scott, Joe Wengert, Charlie Todd, Anthony King, Zach Ward and Ross White who he owes an immense amount to. Corey loves all things improv and is enthusiastic to spread that knowledge.Login to Register