Academy Improv Saturdays 3-6pm
Academy Improv: Forms and Scenework
|Prerequisites||Accepted into the UCB Academy|
|Start Date||Jan 26, 2019, 3:00pm|
|Class Size||16 students|
|Sessions||8 sessions, 3 hours each|
|Performance||Mar 17, 2019, 5:30pm|
Juggling the game of the scene and what's actually happening in the
scene can be hard... having just one of those two things can lead to
scenes and shows that are hard to sustain and too much pressure on you
to be constantly making game moves. In this class, we'll focus on
identifying and playing what's funny about the scene as well as playing
the action of the scene honestly and reactively, in order to have
scenework that is sustainable, funny and fun to play.
IMPORTANT: PLEASE NOTE THE REFUND POLICY FOR ADVANCED STUDY COURSES. THERE ARE NO REFUNDS IF WITHDRAWAL REQUEST IS RECEIVED LESS THAN 1 FULL BUSINESS DAY PRIOR TO THE START OF COURSE.
All tuition payments include a $35 non-refundable registration processing fee.
Students must be accepted into the UCB Academy to register for this course. For more information on the UCB Academy, see this page: http://boards.ucbcomedy.com/viewtopic.php?f=11&t=93452
If you have been accepted into the UCB Academy and wish to take this class, you may enroll now.
Alex Fernie, teacher
Alex Fernie has been performing improv and sketch since moving to Los Angeles after graduating from Vassar College in 2004. He has a history degree and is happy to prove it. He can be seen performing weekly with Sentimental Lady and Convoy (which has been named "Best Improv Show" several times by LA Weekly) and co-hosts the monthly Required Viewing screening series. He has also performed in many other UCB shows including Smug Rock Nation, ASSSSCAT, Comedy Death-Ray, Crash Test, Quick & Dirty Musicals, Thirty:30 etc, etc, etc.
He has worked as a writer and/or director on shows like Childrens Hospital, Bajillion Dollar Properties, NTSF:SD:SUV::, Last Week Tonight & Hotwives of Orlando, and has created several television pilots for Comedy Central, Disney Amazon Studios and FX. In front of the camera, he's appeared on Terriers, Conan, Reno 911!, Key & Peele and a bunch of other stuff. No one believes that he grew up on a horse farm, but he did.
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