If you're looking for our spring break workshops, follow this link.
Go Comedy Resident Artist James Quesada is moving to NYC in June -- don't miss this last opportunity to take his fantastic workshop:
THE ABSURDITY OF IMPROV | Tuesday, May 23 | 7-10PM | $30 | THIS WORKSHOP IS FULL
Improv is absurd. The challenge is to correctly pretend to be someone else while accurately engaging with the environment that isn't there. It can become a very serious business. Don't let it! In this workshop we'll charge ourselves with impossible tasks and play in scenes full of booby traps. Together we'll destroy our expectations of getting it right and rediscover the fun in The Absurdity of Improv. Check out James's website here for more information.
Guest Workshop: Mona Thompson & Shara Tonn
Clowning | Tuesday, June 20 | 7-9PM | $40 | In the Go Comedy Theater
The art of clowning is all about using your entire body to convey meaning. If you are an improviser who feels disconnected from your body, this workshop will teach you ways to bridge that gap in your performance.
About Mona & Shara -- Full Website Here
Mona Thompson is an improv performer, teacher, and coach. She began improvising in high school, continued in college as a member of the Stanford Improvisors, and never looked back. Currently, Mona performs with Un-Scripted Theater Company, Minerva, The Human Knot, and Mona and Shara Do Improv. She teaches at BATS Improv, San Mateo High School, and Stanford University. In 2014, she co-founded Collective Capital, a company that helps organizations create a culture of innovation through improv and design. Learn more at monajthompson.com.
Shara Tonn is an improviser, teacher, actor and clown. An alumna of the Stanford Improvisors, Shara performs with Un-Scripted Theater Company, Minerva, The Human Knot, and Mona and Shara Do Improv. Shara also recently enrolled in the San Francisco Circus Center’s Clown Conservatory and started performing with Bay Area Children’s Theater. She teaches improv at Collective Capital, Un-Scripted Theater Company and Aragon High School.