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Speechless! A Physical Comedy Workshop

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Cat got your tongue? Good! You won’t need it for this class while you hone your object and environment work. Learn to be comfortable with silence and use it to...

Improv for Anxiety 3

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This innovative class uses ensemble-based improv to help people with social anxiety disorder overcome fear and avoidance associated with work, school, and family life. Improv for Anxiety 3 continues to...

Acting 2

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The Second City logo of a solitary bentwood chair is symbolic for our traditional lack of scenery and costumes because “all we need is a chair and a stage.” As...

Writing for Animation

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Interested in writing cartoons? This class will introduce you to the wonderful world of writing for animation. Learn about the animation production pipeline, how to break down episodic structure, and...

Comedy TV Pilots Program

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Level 101 - Do you have an idea for a TV show but don’t know where to start? Comedy TV Pilots 101 is designed to give you the tools for...

Intro to Writing for TV & Film

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Intro to Writing for TV & Film is for anyone who wants to learn the crucial basics of writing for film and television or anyone with a great idea of...

Second City Film School Online: Filming and Talking TikTok

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In four consecutive weekly workshops, students will be familiarized with various TikTok trends and genres, become acclimated to TikTok's analytics functions, and shoot and publish TikToks of their own. With...

Songwriting Escape (Online)

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Do you like to make up funny songs in the shower? Or while muted on a boring Zoom call? Break up the monotony of physical isolation by making up songs...

Storytelling: Tell Better Stories (On-demand)

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A online, go at your own pace Personal Storytelling course Understanding the basics of a good, compelling story is essential to life, essential to connection, essential to whether you want...

Stand-Up 1: Joke Writing (On-demand)

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Develop yourself as a solo comedic performer by writing and workshopping your own material. By understanding how earlier stand-up comics evolved, students experiment outside their comfort zone and experiment in...