Do Scenes, Get Notes - Starts Wed Oct 13 (8pm Eastern)

Sale price Price $120.00 Regular price Unit price  per 

  • 4 CLASSES OF 2 HOURS, EACH CLASS WITH A DIFFERENT TEACHER
  • WEDNESDAYS OCT 13, 20, 27 & NOV 3
    • 5:00pm to 7:00pm (LA/Vancouver)
    • 8:00pm to 10:00pm (Toronto/NYC)
    • [THURSDAYS] 9:00am to 11:00am (Manila)
    • [THURSDAYS] Noon to 2:00pm (Melbourne)
    • [THURSDAYS] 2:00 to 4:00pm (New Zealand)
  • PRICE IN CDN DOLLARS, ALL TAXES INCL.
  • CLASS SIZE IS CAPPED AT 8 STUDENTS

DESCRIPTION

This class does what it says on the tin: you do scenes, and get notes from some of the best improv teachers from around the world. Each week a new teacher is brought in to put you through your paces, and give you detailed, specific, and tailored feedback on your scenework. No themes, or gimmicks: just scenes. And since everyone is taking these classes together you'll work regularly and get to know with your classmates over these four weeks.

Space is limited to 8 people to ensure everyone gets ample stage time.

TEACHER BIOS

OCT 13 - BLUE CAVELL-ALLETTE

Blue Cavell-Allette is an adjunct professor at Morgan State University where she teaches foundational and applied improv. As a passionate advocate for equity in improv, Blue serves as the Director of Community Outreach for the international organization Black Improv Alliance. She is a founding member of the renowned improv teams Casually Dope (Minority Re'port) and national award winning Cakewalk. Blue has been invited to perform and teach workshops with theaters all over the U.S. and Canada. She is a comedian, writer, producer, and director of both traditional and improv theater.

OCT 20 - AIH MENDOZA

Aih Mendoza is faculty member of Third World Improv, the premier improvisational theatre school in the Philippines. She performs as part of the school's house team, Housekeeping, as well as several other pop-up improv groups. She regularly teaches improv classes in Manila, Philippines, and has also taught and performed in several countries. Aih is also an Applied Improv training facilitator, working with various groups and organizations to develop necessary skills through improvisational theatre techniques. 

OCT 27 - JOE BILL

Joe has been a performer, teacher and Director of Corporate Training at iO Chicago for more than 30 years, is one of the co-founders of Annoyance Theater and was an Artistic Associate for The Chicago Improv Festival for the entirety of it's existence. He has been an Internationally Touring Teacher, Performer and director for more than 20 years and acts as an Artistic Adviser for a number of Improvisation and Comedy Theaters all over the world. He has taught at pretty much every major improv/impro Festival in the U.S. & Canada in the last 30 years.

NOV 3 - MAYA HAUGHTON

Maya Haughton is an instructor, performer and producer based out of Chicago, IL. She created Haughton Funny Business to teach empowerment-centric improv workshops and classes independently. Maya was also an improv instructor at The Second City Training Center. In addition to teaching, she has been featured in multiple shows at The Second City and was a member of The National Touring Company. She is currently performing with Baby Wants Candy and was previously in ensembles including Matt Damon Improv (The Annoyance), The Musical Armando (iO), and Improv Asylum (Boston).

SCHOLARSHIPS

Two scholarship spots are reserved in each class at Improv College for members of equity-seeking communities on a first-come, first-served basis. To claim a spot in this class, simply select the Equity-Seeking option from the Registration drop-down menu.

MIDDLE- and LOW-INCOME NATIONS

To address the fact that different nations have different purchasing power, students from Middle- and Low-Income Nations may register at a lowered price. Simply select the Middle- and Low-Income Nation option from the Registration drop-down menu.

 

Image Description:

Graphic of the four teachers framed by colourful circles. (L to R: Blue framed in blue, Aih framed in red, Joe framed in yellow and Maya framed in blue). The circles sit above the Improv College logo at bottom left (a waving flag that reads Improv College on a pole with lines radiating outwards) and the class title and teachers' names in bottom right.