Improv Level B introduces students to the skills needed for character work, an element essential to dynamic improvised scenes.
Students learn how to improvise characters. They explore creating characters through internal motivations, like point of view, status, wants and intentions, and external ones, like experimenting with physicality. They learn how to make choices in scenes that help define their character.
Students complete active exercises that help them explore different ways to create and sustain characters. Students also continue to hone the skills necessary for doing strong scene work and building ensemble.
Improv Level B meets once a week for three hours over an eight week term.