Sketch 301 Wednesdays 3:30-6:30pm

Sketch 301: Writing a Sketch Show

Prerequisites Completion of Sketch 201 within previous two years
Scheduled Wednesdays 3:30-6:30pm
Start Date Oct 2, 2019, 3:30pm
Price $500
Class Size 8 students
Sessions 8 sessions, 3 hours each
Tech Rehearsal Dec 8, 2019, 10:00am - 12:00pm
Performance Dec 12, 2019, 6:00pm
Students in this class will work together to write an original sketch show. Students will be held to weekly deadlines in order to generate material to be featured in the show. Students will also get the experience of generating material collaboratively with others.

Students will be expected to devote time to writing and rewriting material outside of class. Students will also get the experience of rehearsing, blocking, and producing sketches for the stage.

The culmination of Sketch 301 will be the performance of a sketch show comprised of student-generated material.

PLEASE NOTE: Students will be writing for a predetermined cast, not for themselves. The focus of the class is on writing, rewriting and producing sketches for the stage.

Sketch 301 also includes a mandatory Tech Rehearsal before the final performance. Students must be available to attend the Tech Rehearsal

in order to participate in the show and pass the course. Please check to make sure that you available for the tech rehearsal before signing up for the course.

Students must bring a sketch to the FIRST session of class. This sketch should be written for the stage and no longer than four pages. This first sketch should be written utilizing the concept of the "Game of the Scene," taught in Sketch 101 and Sketch 201. Students should be prepared to devote time outside of class to completing new writing assignments for every session.

Students will be required to see two scripted shows at the UCB Theatre before the end of the course.

Class Size: 8 Students

Does not meet October 9 or November 27.

Stephanie Bencin, teacher

Stephanie Bencin Stephanie Bencin is a writer for the UCB Maude team Arbuckle. She was previously on the Maude Team Slow Burn,and has studied with Joe Wengert, Curtis Gwinn, Erik Tanouye, PeterGwinn, Michael Showalter, Adam Wade, and Eric Scott. Stephanie hasworked extensively in documentary film, and her credits include theAmerican Masters episode Good Ol Charles Schulz. and the ESPN documentary Winning Time: Reggie Miller vs. the New York Knicks.

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