Spring Break!

If you're looking for James Quesada's workshop, or any of our Guest Workshops, follow this link.

Spring Break is upon us, and since the new term of classes doesn’t start until May 30, why not take this quick opportunity to take an improv workshop or two? Check out the amazing list of offerings below, in order by date offered! Each workshop is $30, though we are offering a limited number of five-for-$100 signups. Five for $100 is good for all workshops.

*Some of the workshops require experience or prerequisites - pay attention before signing up!*

Payment:
Drop-down menus for paying follow the list of workshops below. No discounts allowed. If you purchase the deal, shoot us a quick email (classes@gocomedy.net) to let us know which workshops you want! 


WORKSHOPS:

SOLD OUT I Love Myself and I Know Everything | Teacher: Mitch Socia SOLD OUT
Wednesday, May 24 | 7-10PM | In the In The Training Center, Purple Room

This workshop will focus on character and settling into that character. The title coming from the idea that if you are truly and confidently settled into that character, you will know everything in that world and have an answer or reaction for anything. Must have completed Intro 3 to sign up.

Stop Inventing, Start Discovering | Teacher: Lauren Bickers
Thursday, May 25 | 7-10PM | In the In The
Training Center, Purple Room
Do you find yourself trying too hard in scenes with no reward? Stop! You're doing too much. Just play! In this workshop, we'll open ourselves up to finding those magical improv moments by playing honest characters, making real connections and allowing our scenes to develop through our characters' reactions and discoveries. Must have completed Intro 3 to sign up.

Welcome to the Writers' Room | Teacher: Matt Penridge
Thursday, May 25 | 7-10PM | In the Go Comedy HQ

Have you always wanted to learn some of the basics of sketch writing while also experiencing life in the writer's room? Well, then you're in luck! In this workshop you'll learn about bits and beats, and formatting, the seven basic plots, some tips on generating material, writing for the stage, the game, heightening, and more. To be prepared for class you will only need an eager attitude and a writing device, preferably a laptop to make it easy to share your work, but a pen and notebook will work too. The end goal is for each student to leave with a rough draft and a smile.

PAY HERE

(Use the drop down menu to find the workshop(s) you want; please note some have sold out.)

Five for $100 is sold out!

All Workshops