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Brooklyn Improv Training
Beginner Improv (Winter 23)
Level 1
Monday, January 9, 2023 at 7:00PM

Brooklyn Arts Exchange
421 5th Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11215
Park Slope

7 Session course!

Learn the basics of thinking on your feet in a fun, safe, and ensemble-builidng environment!
Brooklyn Improv Training's years of teaching experience will guide you through the adventure of embracing the "strong and wrong," finding radical agreement, re-learning how to listen, and unlocking hilarity together! We pride ourselves on not teaching people how to be funny, but, instead we show you how to make the whole room funnier.

Co-Taught by Scarlet Maressa Rivera and Nolan Kennedy with a combined 40 years of improv performance and instruction, this class is for anyone wanting to try something new, meet other people through the joys of on-your-feet haha.

No previous improv training necessary, just an open mind! Ages 18 & up.

Mondays
7pm-9:30pm
Brooklyn Arts Exchange (421 5th Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11215)

Class Registration: $295

**Early Bird Discount: $275**
Register before January 2nd. Use code "season10" at checkout.


Refresher Rate $125
To qualify for a Refresher Rate, you must have completed at least one level with BIT.

Class Dates:
Jan. 9
* No class Jan. 16th (MLK)
Jan. 23
Jan. 30
Feb. 6
Feb. 13
Feb. 20
Feb. 27


COVID note: While masks are optional during class, the venue requests that they be worn in the hallways.

Please review our Code of Conduct by clicking here.

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Brooklyn Improv Training (BIT) teaches ensemble improv: the skills of spontaneously creating, as a group, a single piece of work. Drawing from the wisdom of Viola Spolin, Keith Johnstone, Del Close, and also from 20 years of improv teaching experience in NYC and beyond, the BIT approach is experiential, on your feet, and full of joy. We teach letting go of judgment, how to stay present, and many other practical strategies to create hilarious, delightful scene work with an ensemble of players.

For more information visit our website: www.lomtheater.org