Steve Kleinedler | December 17, 2016 | 3-530PM | $40
In the first moments of a scene, improvisers are issuing a promise to the audience and themselves about the scene that's about to unfold. If you're an improviser who flames out in the middle of scenes, unsure of what to do next or where to take the scene -- if you find yourself throwing out new offers mid-scene, this workshop is for you. Everything you need to know about a scene is at the beginning; everything that follows is predicated by what's come before. Learn how to recognize everything the beginning of a scene has to offer so that you can mine the potential without having to restart a scene every twenty seconds in the hopes of finding something better, funnier, or newer.
Steve Kleinedler has been been improvising on and off for over 30 years, and consistently for the past. From 2001-2011 he was at ImprovBoston, and since 2011 at the Philly Improv Theater (PHIT), where he currently teaches, performs, and directs.
Last Saturday Workshops
The last Saturday of every month, we are offering a different improv workshop, each focusing on a different skill. Each one is $20 (unless otherwise noted), and runs from 3-5pm. Signing up is encouraged, but walk-ins (cash only please!) are welcome - unless it's sold out!