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Tap into your inner child and learn to laugh for no reason in this fun and energizing laughter yoga workshop. In this class you will enjoy various laughter activities that can build confidence, combat nerves, stress, and stage fright, bring more oxygen to the brain and body, and make for a hilarious time with other adults willing to play along. And don’t be fooled by the name – it is very much light on the yoga and heavy on the…
Do you have an inner "Weird Al" Yankovic or Flight of the Conchords just waiting to burst out of you? Do you want to enhance your sketch comedy with funny songs? Are you looking for a new, fun way to get your ideas out into the world, but don't know where to begin? Well then, this comedy workshop is for you! Whether you're musically proficient or a novice, country/comedy duo Reformed Whores are here to help! In this workshop Katy &…
Comedy, Confidence, Collaboration. This class is about more than just comedy. Using the fundamentals of improv, through games and exercises, your child will develop tools for lifelong success. They'll learn to become better listeners, gain more confidence when speaking in public as well as develop better negotiation and communication skills. All while finding their funny and making new friends! Class culminates with a performance on a brand new professional stage where there's plenty of room for friends and family to…
This is a new form of improv where the audience directs the actors based on break in points by an on stage director. Jaybird brings twenty-five years experience as an actor and director to this workshop specifically for improv performers. You’ll practice playing deeply and truthfully rather than going for the big funny. The foundations of Stanislavsky’s action-based ideas and contemporary practitioners (e.g. Keith Johnstone, Mick Napier, TJ & Dave) will be folded into scene work and side-coached as you play.
“So many of our dreams at first seem impossible, then they seem improbable, and then, when we summon the will, they soon become inevitable.”Christopher Reeve
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