(AGE 10-12) - Intro to Long Form Improv - ONLINE Tues & Thurs 3pm PT/ 6pm ET
(AGE 10-12) - Intro to Long Form Improv - ONLINE: Improv Basics for ages 10-12
|Scheduled||Tues & Thurs 3pm PT/ 6pm ET|
|Start Date||Oct 20, 2020, 3:00pm|
|Class Size||10 students|
|Sessions||6 sessions, 2.33 hours each|
THIS CLASS IS FOR STUDENTS AGED 10 - 12.
will learn the fundamentals of long-form improvisation including:
agreement, active listening, playing characters, playing truthfully and
to the top of your intelligence and group mind.
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: CLASS IS HELD ON PACIFIC TIME
Monika Smith, teacher
Monika Smith is an actor and writer from Canada who modeled internationally for years until realizing she liked smiling and eating. That's the only bit in her bio. Monika was a member of the harold teams: Galleria, Lincoln's Bedroom, Hugboat, and Elroy, and was a writer/performer on the maude team Hot Mess. At UCB she's also performed in The Improv All Stars, Asssscat 3000, Harold Night, Maude Night, Rough Cut, Other People's Stuff, Sketch Cram, Gelmania, Dirtiest Sketch, Prom Night, Comedy For Lovers, Quick 'N Dirty Musical, Cagematch, and many more shows. She got her start performing with The Second City Touring Company in Toronto, and has been fortunate to perform improv for years at Upright Citizen's Brigade Theatre LA & New York, The Second City L.A. & Chicago, Chicago Improv Festival, iO Chicago, iO West, Del Close Marathon, Annoyance, improv festivals across America and more. You can catch her performing in different theaters and indie nights across L.A. with a number of teams including her one woman improv show Smith.Some recent credits include: Blunt Talk, Wanna See A Dead Body?, Who Gets The Last Laugh?, Newsreaders, Newsroom, The Joe Schmo Show, Two And a Half Men, UCB's Inside The Master Class, Nick Swardson's Pretend Time, Disaster Date, Players, and in sketches on The Tonight Show, Conan, and Arsenio and over ten unseen network pilots.Registration Unavailable
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