Wednesday, March 4th | 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm | $149
Intended as a follow-up to our Basics of Improv class, you will learn how to perform “game” and find what’s funny in a scene, second beats, and how to heighten 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.
ABOUT THE TEACHER
Oliver de Luz is a non-binary Mexican American comedian assigned clown at birth. They have been acting and improvising since the age of 13. From comedy sports in San Diego to long-form experimental improv in Santa Cruz, they have been bringing their skills to Philadelphia stages for the last three years. A graduate with a BA in Theatre Arts and countless projects under their belt, they know what it takes to create vulnerable and engaging work.
Wednesdays | 3/4 – 4/8 | 7:30 PM to 9:30 PM
Class show: Sunday 4/19 at 5:30 PM