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Improv Skills Class: Stagecraft
December 1, 2015 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm$10
“All the world’s a stage and most of us are desperately unrehearsed.”
― Seán O’Casey
We all have our stage. Scripted and improvised actors and stand-up comedians have an actual stage. Some of us play on the stage of everyday life, trying to speak and behave like “normal” human beings. Stagecraft is the technical skills of acting: blocking, vocals, physicality. These are the skills that help keep an audience engaged so they will listen to what you’re saying.
December’s Improv Skills Drop-In improv classes are focused on training your stagecraft skills to be a more dynamic performer and speaker. Topics to be covered include: physicality, space work, vocals, and theatricality
WHERE: HiFi COOP, Ward Warehouse, 1050 Ala Moana Blvd, STE 2580 Honolulu, Hawaii 96813
WHEN: Every Tuesday in December
TICKETS: $10/class or $35 for the month
Classes start promptly at 7:30 every Tuesday. Classes run until 9:30.
Our Improv Skills are every Tuesday and open to everyone regardless of improv experience level. If you’ve never improvised before, that’s great! Our instructors are gentle and have plenty of experience to share.
For questions or more information on classes: e-mail us info[at]thinkfastimprov.com or call Aaron at (808) 728-7146.
About The Instructor
Mr Aaron has hosted over 300 events and created Hawaii’s longest running comedy open mic night, Comedy Hospital, every Thursday at Station Bar and Lounge. He has performed at the Oahu Fringe Festival in 2015 and made two appearances at Improvaganza. Aaron studied improv and sketch comedy writing with Second City’s Jeff Griggs and Jonathan Pitts and sponsored workshops led by Mike Brown of the New York City People’s Improv Theater, Second City Hollywood performer Kyle Isao, and Patrick Babbit of IO West. Aaron writes and performs in Honolulu sketch comedy group, Regards!
Aaron is a real foodie and loves ‘P’ Foods: pancakes, potatoes, and probably pickles. Also, puppets. But, I don’t think he eats those.
Follow Aaron on Twitter: @mraaronpresents