Miss performing two person improv? Always wanted to start a podcast? Now you can do both at the same time! In this 4-week virtual class, learn the ins & outs of hosting an improvised podcast. We'll cover picking show themes, structure and content, hosting, giving and taking focus, being funny and engaging in a non-visual format, interviewing guests, improvising on specific topics, and more. By the end of the four weeks you will create and record your own fifteen minute podcast episode!
About the instructors:
Julie Marchiano is an actor, writer, and improviser living in Los Angeles. She spent seven years in Chicago, where she wrote and performed in The Second City e.t.c.'s 40th and 41st Revues, Fantastic Super Great Nation Numero Uno and A Red Line Runs Through It. She toured by land with The Second City National Touring Company, and by sea with Second City Theatricals aboard Norwegian Cruise Line. Julie performs at UCB in Los Angeles, and all across Southern California with Story Pirates. juliemarchiano.com/@juliemarchiano.
Sayjal Joshi was born in a tobacco field in Greensboro, NC where she co-founded Greensboro’s first and only improv comedy club, The Idiot Box. Credits include FOX’s Empire, The Kennedy Center, The Goodman, Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, Zanies, The Laugh Factory, The Second City e.t.c., where she wrote and performed the 41st and 42nd Revues, Fantastic Super Great Nation Numero Uno and Gaslight District, The Second City National Touring Company, Norwegian Cruise Lines, The Annoyance Theater, The Improvised Shakespeare Company, ComedySportz, Laugh Out Loud Theater, and critically acclaimed Asian-American sketch ensemble, Stir-Friday Night!