IMPROV Level 2
8-Session Intermediate Improv Course
3/20, 3/27, 4/3, 4/10, 4/17, 4/24, 5/1, 5/8
Final Class Showcase: May 8th
Young Ethel's Bar and Stage
506 5th Ave. BK, NY 11215
Mondays, 7:00pm - 9:30pm
126 10th street Suite 207
Gowanus, Brooklyn 11215
$320 per student
Early bird Discount!
Use code: "WeAre2023" at checkout before 3/15/2023
This intermediate improv course builds upon the ensemble improv techniques set forth in BIT Improv Level 1, and delves into
character work, status, medium and long form scenes, and much more, all while embracing the “strong and wrong” and learning how to figure it out together. This class culminates in a free showcase for friends, foes, and family.
Co-taught by Nolan Kennedy and Crystal-Marie Alberson, this course is the next step in the process of creating spontaneous work as a cohesive ensemble.
Brooklyn Improv Training BIT Improv 1 or equivalent improv experience is required. If you haven't trained with us before but feel you are ready to jump into this class, please email us at email@example.com with your resume/improv experiences.
Ages 18 and up. Class size cap: 14. Please note that class will take place on the 2nd floor. There is no elevator access at this time.
Cancellation Policy 75% refund before the first day of class. 50% refund before the second class. No refunds after you take the second class. Sorry, we cannot prorate any portion of the class. If you purchased your class on CourseHorse, our cancellation policy applies to your purchase. If you need help canceling or have any questions, please visit CourseHorse https://coursehorse.com/contact-us
Absence Policy: As we are building toward a performance, if you miss more than 2 classes in you will be dropped from the class. If you are going to be late, please try to let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please review our Code of Conduct by clicking here.
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, how to embrace the “strong and wrong,” and many other practical strategies to create hilarious, delightful scene work with an ensemble of players. Our goal is not to teach you how to be the funniest person in the room, it’s to make the whole room funnier.
For more information visit our website: www.lomtheater.org