Let's Create! ONLINE Tuesdays 3:30pm PT/6:30pm ET
Let's Create!: Stay positive and creative.
|Scheduled||ONLINE Tuesdays 3:30pm PT/6:30pm ET|
|Start Date||Oct 6, 2020, 3:30pm|
|Class Size||5 students|
|Sessions||4 sessions, 3 hours each|
Let's Create! with Leslie Meisel
always wanted to be creative but didnt know where to start? With all
this time, now is a great the perfect time to start! Stay positive and
No idea is too small! Are
you someone that has an idea for something or some material and not sure
what to do? Here, we will sift through what you have, what your ideas
are and what to do next to keep that energy moving forward. Is it a
play? A solo show? A poem? A character? A TV show? A novel? Etc. We will
figure it out together in this video coaching lab designed to take your
idea and turn it into something bigger.
There is work outside of class, preparing sketches for
presentation in every class and viewing sketch videos. This online
course uses Google Classroom and Google Meet programs to conduct live sessions with your instructor and fellow students.
Please check to see if you have the compatibility requirements for utilizing these
programs before registering:
NOTE THIS CLASS MEETS ON PACIFIC STANDARD TIME (PST)
Leslie Meisel, teacher
Leslie Meisel is an actor, writer, director, teacher and in college worked at a bowling alley thinking it would be exactly like Grease 2.
Currently a co-host of the monthly show COUPLES SKATE and most recently she was a cast member on the UCB house team CHARACTERS WELCOME (Season 1 & 2) and Winner of the 5th annual NBC/UCB Diversity Showcase.
On screen, Leslie can be seen on the new NBC show RISE, Difficult People, Broad City, Netflix’s The Characters, and the feature film Bachelorette (w/Rebel Wilson & Kirsten Dunst).
As a director, she has worked on many shows at the UCB Theatre, including AzN Pop!: Live in Concert!, All In Favor, United Federation of Teachers with Natasha Vaynblatt (IFC, Funny or Die, McSeeney’s), co-directed Stone Cold Fox: Sexy Idiots with Aaron Burdette, (Man Seeking Woman, The Onion), several Maude sketch teams, co-director/writer of He Said She Said with Kate Riley-Zelensky (MTV, Two Guys Named Josh) and worked with Bridge & Tunnel‘s staged show for Montreal’s Just For Laughs Festival.
Other staged shows at UCB: BOB ODENKIRK and UCB PALS: A LOAD OF HOOEY, Oh My God I Heard You're Dying!, The Unbreakable Gun, Thunder Gulch Presents MNL: Monsters Night Live and she performed in LOVE CAN SUCK A D**K...AND SO CAN I! A show that was co-created by Leslie and Megan Neuringer (written by Megan with Material/Characters by Leslie) all about how much love sucks a big 'ol dong which played to sold out shows at UCBLA and had a year long run at UCBNY.