[Limited space available, secure your spot now! Open to all levels.]
Create strong characters that can sustain a three act, one scene piece! Utilize character games as a way to heighten stakes and build toward the explosion of the scene! We will focus on philosophy to ground the characters in a real place that then allows for unusual behaviors to pop - without seeming too out of this world.
For improvisers of all levels!
Sign up now! http://bit.ly/MonosceneAnnie
When: Saturday, April 28th @ 3pm-6pm
Where: The Pocket Theater, 8312 Greenwood Ave, Seattle WA 98105
Who: Improvisers of all levels!
$60 early registration (NOW through April 8th @ 11:59pm!)
$75 general registration
Student cap is 20
Sign up by Friday, April 27th @ 11:59pm!
Instructor bio: Annie Barry is an improviser that has been performing and teaching for nine years. She started her training at the Upright Citizen's Brigade Theatre in New York City. She studied under Will Hines, Christian Capozzoli, Chelsea Clark, Erik Tanoye, Jordan Klepper, Chris Gethard, Michael Delaney, Shaun Diston, Brandon Gardner, and Kevin Hines. After completing the curriculum at UCB, Annie was placed on the Lloyd team Graceland. Graceland was the first team to be promoted from the Lloyd system to the Harold system as a complete entity. Annie was also a cast member on the Take it Personal hip-hop improv show at UCB east.
Along with Graceland and their coach Sean Diston they created a new Harold opening entitled mob mentality which is a combination of flocking and pattern game.
After moving to Washington DC Annie became a faculty member at the Washington Improv Theater. She has taught every level in the curriculum as well as workshops focusing on game of the scene, environment, and gift giving. She also coached for the Harold team; Diviligio. She performed on the Weekend ensemble Nox! As well as the indie powerhouses NIXON, Colossus, Couch $ and The Prosecution.
***Workshop payment is not refundable but you can transfer your spot to another student if necessary***
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Accessibility: The Pocket Theater is ADA accessible and has one all-gender single stall restroom. For more information and/or photos, please click here: http://bit.ly/PocketAccess.
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