Sketch 301 Sundays 3-6pm
Sketch 301: Writing a Sketch Show
|Prerequisites||Completion of Sketch 201 within previous two years|
|Start Date||Jan 20, 2019, 3:00pm|
|Class Size||8 students|
|Sessions||8 sessions, 3 hours each|
|Tech Rehearsal||Mar 13, 2019, 3:00pm - 6:00pm|
|Performance||Mar 13, 2019, 6:30pm|
Students will be expected to devote time to writing and rewriting material outside of class. Students will also get the experience of rehearsing, blocking, and producing sketches for the stage.
The culmination of Sketch 301 will be the performance of a sketch show comprised of student-generated material.
PLEASE NOTE: Students will be writing for a predetermined cast, not for themselves. The focus of the class is on writing, rewriting and producing sketches for the stage.
Sketch 301 also includes a mandatory Tech Rehearsal before the final performance. Students must be available to attend the Tech Rehearsal
in order to participate in the show and pass the course. Please check to make sure that you available for the tech rehearsal before signing up for the course.
Students must bring a sketch to the FIRST session of class. This sketch should be written for the stage and no longer than four pages. This first sketch should be written utilizing the concept of the "Game of the Scene," taught in Sketch 101 and Sketch 201. Students should be prepared to devote time outside of class to completing new writing assignments for every session.
Students will be required to see two scripted shows at the UCB Theatre before the end of the course.
Class Size: 8 Students Please note all tuition payments include a $35 non-refundable registration processing fee.
Class meets at UCB Sunset Training Center; Room #213
Rachael Mason, teacher
Rachael Mason is a writer and performer at the UCB Theater in Los Angeles where she regularly performs with Teacher's Lounge. A New York native, she honed her skills on the UCB NY stage where she performed in and wrote many shows, and wrote on several house sketch teams including the long-running team Gramps. She wrote the web series "So This is the Place," co-wrote the web series "Shannon O'Neill is...." and has written on Beverly Hills Live and the CBS Diversity Showcase.
She has studied writing with Chris Kula, Chad Carter, Peter Gwinn, Michael Delaney, Liz Cackowski, and Emily Spivey. As an improvisor, she has studied with Matt Walsh, Ian Roberts, Billy Merritt, Julie Brister, Amy Poehler, Chris Gethard, Anthony King, Shannon O'Neill and many other equally wonderful people. She is a graduate of the Atlantic Theater Company.
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