Sketch 201 ONLINE Thursdays 7pm PST/10pm EST
Sketch 201: Writer's Room
|Prerequisites||Completion of Sketch 101 within previous two years|
|Scheduled||ONLINE Thursdays 7pm PST/10pm EST|
|Start Date||Jun 4, 2020, 7:00pm|
|Price||$365 + Fees|
|Class Size||10 students|
|Sessions||8 sessions, 3 hours each|
Students must bring a sketch to the FIRST session of class. This sketch should be no longer than four pages. This first sketch should be written utilizing the concept of the "Game of the Scene," taught in Sketch 101. Students should be prepared to devote time outside of class to completing new writing assignments for every session.
The class will end with each student receiving individual feedback from the instructor on their own sketch packet.
Students will be required to see two live sketch shows before the end of the course.
Students should have access to a computer and stable, robust internet access, webcam & microphone.
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:
All tuition payments include a $35 non-refundable registration processing fee.
NOTE THIS CLASS MEETS ON PACIFIC STANDARD TIME (PST)
Joe Saunders, teacher
Joe Saunders is a comedy writer living in Los Angeles. His TV writing credits include the IFC series "Comedy Bang! Bang!," the Primetime Emmy Awards, and several other things. He was a member of the UCB house sketch group "Oh, Brother!" and has written videos featured on the front pages of Funny or Die, Huffington Post, and College Humor. He's also performed at San Francisco Sketchfest, Sketchfest NYC, and the Out of Bounds Comedy Festival in Austin, Texas. A native of Atlanta, Georgia, he graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.Registration Unavailable
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