Advanced Improvisation: Students will continue to build on skills learned in Improv 101 and 201. Students will also begin putting those skills to work within a structured improv format by improvising scenes inspired by personal stories. This level also includes a heavier focus on individual attention from the instructor.
Prerequisite: Improv 201 at PHIT
Dates: 8/15, 8/22, 8/29, 9/5, 9/12, 9/19, 9/26, and 10/3
Time: 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
Graduation Show Date/Time: Sunday, October 8th, 2017 @ 4:00 p.m. (Main Stage)
Theater Location: 2030 Sansom Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103
Class Location: Rehearsal Room D (through the lobby in the basement)
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WHAT STUDENTS SAY ABOUT NICK
“He was extremely supportive of us and yet always thorough and effective in giving notes and feedback and individual attention so we really knew how to get better.” – “His energy and supportive nature made the class fun and comfortable.” – “Nick is awesome.”
ABOUT YOUR INSTRUCTOR
Nick Gillette is a physical theatre artist, a co-founder of Almanac Dance Circus Theatre, and an instructor at the Philly Improv Theater. He is a graduate of the Pig Iron School for Advanced Performance Training, a 2014 New York Live Arts Fresh Tracks resident artist, a 2016 Colgate University Christian A. Johnson resident artist, and currently a resident artist at the Philadelphia School for Circus Arts. With Almanac he has collaborated to devise and perform Communitas (2014), Nightfall (2014), The Fleecing (2015), Leaps of Faith and Other Mistakes (2015), and Exile2588, to premiere in the 2016 Fringe Arts Festival. He has performed with Cabaret Red Light, BRAT Productions, Groundswell Players (now Lighting Rod Special), Pig Iron Theatre Co., Alex Bechtel, and the Philly Improv Theater.
You can see him at PHIT every third Saturday of the month in The Wadsworth Constant, an improvised absurdist one-act play.