Noon Bitness - October 2022INPERSONMULTIWEEK1 SPOT LEFT
SPECIAL CLASS. It runs Monday, Tuesday and Thursday (no more Fridays) from noon-2pm at the Clubhouse in Los Angeles. Starts Monday Oct 3 Goes through Thursday Oct 27! Class show on Fri Oct 28. You pay 215 for the month and come as often as you want/can. Jim and Will split the teaching. We do mostly premise improv (pulling ideas from an opening). Must have a year of long-form improv experience.
Location: Clubhouse Downstairs - 1607 N. Vermont Ave. LA CA 90027 *** Door Code 0279# ***
Mon Oct 3, 2022 12pm-2pm (PDT)
$215 USD, 17 (of 18) enrolled
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About Will Hines: Will has been teaching long-form improv since 2004 at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre, at both its New York and Los Angeles branches. He's published a best-selling book on improv called How to Be The Greatest Improviser on Earth. He's also a working comedic actor and has appeared on many terrific television programs (Brooklyn 99, Search Party, Broad City, Inside Amy Schumer). He's a frequent guest on some big podcasts, including Comedy Bang-Bang, Improv4Humans, Hollywood Handbook as well as the 99 podcasts he's produced himself (currently Screw It We're Just Gonna Talk about the Beatles, Screw it We're Just Gonna Talk About Comics) Pretty cool! He's also the founder of the audaciously-named World's Greatest Improv School, an online and in-person improv school.
About Jim Woods: Jim Woods has an incredible improv resume. He's studied and performed extensively at: UCB, Boom Chicago, iO Chicago and North Carolina ComedySportz. He's one of the co-founders of the Free Association in London and the Improv Boot Camp in Los Angeles. He's appeared on numerous TV shows and commercial campaigns and recently was a staff writer on the Tracy Morgan show The Last O.G.
How This Works
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- You'll get an address in your enrollment email. Online classes are on Zoom.
- LATE DROP POLICY: If drop less than 12 hours before start of class, we will ask that you still pay for the class.