Tired of playing the Mom or the Girlfriend in scenes? Tired of playing those scenes in the same predictable situations? ME TOO. Let's expand our character limits, sharpen our initiations and strengthen our walk-ons and tag-outs.
This workshop will focus on making unique choices for ourselves in scenes, even if we get labeled something that might be seen as a setback. We'll cultivate the female perspective, find strength in our choices, make bold physical moves and do it all amongst a roomful of other female improvisers. There will be additional time for discussion, questions and how to handle ourselves in certain situations on stage. We got this, ladies.
Prerequisite: Improv 201
Date: July 15th, 2017
Time: 12:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.
ABOUT YOUR INSTRUCTOR
Megan is the Artistic Director of the Magnet Theater, a writer, performer, teacher and native New Yorker. She has been studying improvisation for over a decade, with Armando Diaz, Kevin Dorff, Christina Gausas, Dave Pasquesi, TJ Jagodowski, Dave Razowsky and many talented others. Megan has performed with Second City aboard the NCL Gem and has taught improvisation at C.W. Post University, Fairfield University, and festivals around the country, Canada and Europe, as well as companies and organizations. She also does a lot of yoga.