Ever tried to mime opening a door in an improv scene and it looked more like you were doing a ribbon dance? Ever tried to mime driving a car and it looked more like you were milking a robotic cow? In this 4 week elective class, students will be introduced to techniques and tools from physical theater to help create realistic, detailed environments and objects for your improv scenes. Particular concepts include: fixed point, push / pull, tension, and articulation. We will explore how these tools can assist in making your longform improv scenes livelier, more fun to watch, and easier to play.
WHEN: Saturdays, 3pm-5pm; April 13, 20, 27, May 4
REQUIREMENTS: SCIT Level 3 Improv Class completed or similar.
CLASS LIMIT: This class is limited to 12 people maximum.
PRICE: $200 (Early Registration Ends March 3, 2024)
INSTRUCTOR: Fred Brown
Fred came up through the Philly improv scene and spent 7 years teaching, coaching, performing, and directing longform improv, mostly at the Philly Improv Theater. More recently he lived in Ithaca NY and taught longform classes there. He is a member of the long-standing Philly team The Future (now distributed across the country), who performed weekly for over 6 years and at various festivals around North America. He coaches SCIT Harold Team NARSH! Fred earned his MFA in Devised Performance from the Pig Iron School at University of the Arts in Philadelphia, with training in movement, improvisation, mask-work, and clown. He works as a facilitator, trainer, and team coach, specializing in applied improvisation and collaboration skills.
- This class will take place in person at Steel City Improv Theater.
By registering for this class you agree to follow our Covid Policies, Code of Conduct and Enrollment Policies.
- Our class minimum is 8 registered participants for this class.
- We do not offer refunds on the class unless we cancel the class.
All SALES ARE FINAL. NO REFUNDS.