As improvisers, we can take our scene work to fantastical places, but striking the balance between the absurd and the grounded is important for interesting and dynamic improvisation. This workshop strives to explore truthful character work that can exist within any scene, giving it heart and integrity. No matter what sort of scenario you find yourself in, this workshop will provide you with the tools to have your characters respond from an honest and emotional place. Once you begin to apply these nuances to your work, you’ll find your audience is much more connected to what you’re sharing with them. Plus it totally makes it more funny, which never hurts.
Prerequisite: Improv 201
Date: June 17th, 2017
Time: 2:30pm - 5:30pm
Location: 2nd Stage (2nd Floor)
ABOUT YOUR INSTRUCTOR
Kayla Lorette has been performing and teaching improv for nearly a decade. Her improv duo, The Sufferettes won back-to- back Canadian Comedy Awards for Best Improv Troupe with Kayla also winning for Best Female Improviser in 2014. As an improviser, Kayla has toured internationally, performing and teaching throughout Europe and North America, headlining numerous comedy festivals and opening for acts like Aparna Nancherla and Maria Bamford.