2018 Classes

Good Good Comedy Theatre offers classes in a wide range of comedic disciplines. We employ teachers who are experienced in their comedic fields and develop their own individual curriculum, ensuring that each class is a unique and fun experience.

Check out our roster of upcoming 2018 classes below, and click the “Enroll Now” button to be taken to a secure page to enter your payment info. Most of these classes are close to filling up!

If you are personally unable to make a payment in full online but are still interested in taking a class, or you have any other questions at all, please email hello@goodgoodcomedy.com.

w/ Shannon Fahey

In this six-week class, you will learn the basics of improvised comedy in a fun and supportive space. This course aims to teach you the fundamentals of improv, build your confidence on stage and gives you the tools to collaborate and create comedic scenes with others.

Shannon Fahey has been studying and performing theater and improv for over 5 years. She has studied improv at The Second City Chicago and received a BFA in Theatre from The University of the Arts. She is a performer on the long-form improv group Hooch and the weekly sketch show Darlings at Good Good Comedy Theatre.


Mondays | 2/19 – 3/26 | 7:30 PM to 9:30 PM |  $99

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w/ Sean Keegan-Landis

This is a class on understanding and creating sketch comedy (the sort seen on Saturday Night Live, Chappelle’s Show, or Inside Amy Schumer). Throughout the course, you will develop multiple skills related to dissecting and drafting sketches. Each week, you will analyze existing sketches that you watch or read. You will learn techniques for developing, pitching, and fleshing out sketch ideas. You will also consistently create and revise full sketches, and workshop these sketches with Sean and classmates.

Sean Keegan-Landis is a sketch comedy writer, performer, teacher, and director. He has written and performed sketches with American Breakfast and the acclaimed sketch group The Flat Earth. His sketch video Burr was featured on Nerdist, Maximum Fun and was named one of the Funniest Moments of 2014 by the Huffington Post. He has studied at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre in NYC and taken workshops with Kevin MacDonald (Kids in the Hall), Christine Nangle (Inside Amy Schumer, Saturday Night Live), and Michael Delaney (Veep, The Other Guys). When not doing comedy, Sean teaches philosophy at Rowan University and Widener University.

Wednesdays  |  2/21 – 3/28  |  7 PM to 9 PM | $99

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w/ Annie Paradis

In this six-week class we will learn how to perform “game” or finding what’s funny in a scene, second beats, and heightening a scene to its full comedic potential. Students will also focus on creating engaging relationship driven comedic scenes that are sustainable and memorable.

Upon completion of the class, students will perform a half hour improvised show.

Annie Paradis has studied improv at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre, the People’s Improv Theater (PIT), and taken workshops under Susan Messing (Annoyance Theater, The Second City, iO Theater) and Mike Spara (The New Movement). Annie received her BFA from Pratt Institute in Creative Writing with a focus in Poetry and Performance. She is a member of the improv teams HOTLINE and Swan Year and hosts / produces the monthly poetry comedy show The Slam at Good Good Comedy.

Pre-req: To enroll you must have completed Improv Level One at any comedy theater.

Tuesdays  |  3/13 – 4/17  |  7 PM to 9 PM | $99

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