Improv 401 ONLINE Sundays 5-7pm PT/8-10pm ET

Improv 401: Harold Workshop

Prerequisites Completion of Improv 301 within previous two years
Scheduled ONLINE Sundays 5-7pm PT/8-10pm ET
Start Date Apr 11, 2021, 5:00pm
Price $350
Class Size 12 students
Sessions 8 sessions, 2 hours each
Performances May 15, 2021, 5:00pm
Jun 19, 2021, 5:00pm

Improv 401 is the final step in our core improv curriculum. This
course offers students the chance to strengthen their individual skills
while giving them more practice with the long form improvisation
performance known as the Harold.

Students will utilize the skills learned from our previous levels such as, playing truthfully, to the top of your
intelligence, while practicing agreement and support. Students will be
sensitive to the games of their scenes, and connect the scenes into one
cohesive piece (the "Harold").

Teachers will offer more individual feedback at this level.



Course meets for 8 sessions, each 2 hours long.

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)



(NO CLASS MAY 2 & 30)


CLASS SHOWS:

Saturday, May 15 5pm PT/8pm ET

Saturday, June 19 5pm PT/8pm ET

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Shannon O'Neill, teacher

Shannon O'Neill Shannon O'Neill has been performing at UCB for almost two decades. She can be seen every Friday night performing with The Stepfathers, and every Sunday night hosting and performing in UCBT's longest running show, ASSSSCAT 30000. You may recognize her from Broad City, High Maintenance, Difficult People, The Chris Gethard Show, Neon Joe Werewolf Hunter, Man Seeking Woman, or feature film Women Who Kill. Rolling Stone called her "effortlessly funny" and the Hollywood Reporter called her "A very good Shannon O'Neill." Follow her on the tweets and grams - @spotastic photo credit: Atisha Paulson

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