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Improv Theater for Teens
April 4, 2016 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm$40
“Words have power.”
― Mira Grant
Our Weekly Teen Improv Classes at the Coop. Join us Mondays for our Teen and Youth Improv program.
This class is packed with the improv vitamin and nutrients growing improvisers need!
Each month we focus on skills you will need on stage and off!
Each week of Think Fast’s teen improv program focuses on the skills and techniques that can be used onstage and off. Self expression, communication skills, and good old fashioned fun having! Whether you get nervous talking to a crowd or feel right at home center stage, this class was designed for you!
WHERE: HiFi COOP, Ward Warehouse, 1050 Ala Moana Blvd, STE 2580 Honolulu, Hawaii 96813
WHEN: Monday Nights
Classes start promptly at 6:30 every Monday. Classes run until 8:30.
For questions or more information on classes: e-mail us info[at]thinkfastimprov.com or call Aaron at (808) 728-7146.
About The Instructors
David Bachler has been studying & performing Improv with Think Fast since 2011. Mr. Bachler has also been seen on the musical theatre stages on Oahu, Cabaret and Legally Blonde at Diamond Head Theatre, as well as Next to Normal and Mel Brooks’ Young Frankenstein at Manoa Valley Theatre. He has done commercial work for Outrigger Hotels and co-starred in Parenthood: The Musical for BabyCenter.com.
Mr. Bachler found his roots in performing back in high school where he studied drama for 3 years. He has also studied and performed with Olympic Ballet Theatre, Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre and Pacific Northwest Ballet.
Larissa DLG. Franzen
Larissa DLG. Franzen is one of the foremost improvisers in Hawaii. Larissa has been playing steadily in Hawaii since 2007, been training improvisers in Hawaii since 2009, and has been a prevailing force in the Hawaii improv community. Larissa began her career studying in Honolulu with the foremost improvisers of the time, and trained with some of the best improvisers from Chicago and New York. She has studied improv through Second City master improviser Jeff Griggs and Chicago Improv Festival Executive Producer Jonathan Pitts. Larissa is constantly expanding and sharing that knowledge, as she believes that everyone has the right to play.