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SPECIALTY | 2018 INTENSIVES

 

REMAINING CLASSES FOR 2017

IMPROV 2

Improvising Characters – While continuing an enhancement of improvisational skills, this term explores acting through character development.

 

UTILIZING YOUR CHARACTER TOOL KIT

In this class we will explore character work. Mastering characters will be helpful in creating sketch and will heighten your improv. We will explore your body and voice without losing the fundamentals of scenework.

 

KILLING PROCRASTINATION 

It’s about to be a new year. This is a perfect time to create a new positive habit. Productivity is the name of the game when it comes to succeeding at anything artistic. Becoming prolific is a learned skill. I used to procrastinate everything, but now I have increased my productivity ten fold. Time is a finite resource for everyone. Learn the tips and tricks for maximizing your time and motivating yourself to do more.

 

KIDS & TEEN WINTER CAMPS (AGES 8-18)

Our summer comedy camps attract students from all over the world to learn improv, make friends, and perform on our stage! No previous experience is needed. Camps end with a show where the students show off what they’ve learned!

Campers are grouped by ages 8-10, 11-13, and 14-18. Camps meet from 9am-3:30pm. Each day students rotate through three subjects:

Improv: An intro to the rules of Improv—saying yes, working together, listening, and having fun.

Sketch Comedy: An intro to the basics of writing sketch comedy scenes.

Musical Improv: Learn to spontaneously put words to music.

 

TERM 1 2018 CLASSES: January 8-February 25, 2018

 

IMPROV 1

Improvising Basics – While learning the building blocks of improvisation, this term builds confidence through ensemble energy.

 

IMPROV 2

Improvising Scenes – A study of emotion, relationship, point-of-view, and environment; this term focuses on what makes an improvised scene work.

 

IMPROV 3

Improvising Games and Advancing Scene Work – While continuing an enhancement of improvisational scene work, this term explores improvising shortform games.

 

IMPROV 1-3: START TO FINISH

Get it done all at once! This class will take you through the entire Improv program levels 1-3. You will meet twice a week for 10 weeks and cover the building blocks of improv, improvising scenes, improvising games and advancing scene Work, and getting ready for your Conservatory audition!

 

PRE-IMPROV: IMPROV FOR THE TIMID

Does taking an improv class make you feel nervous or anxious? Has it been recommended to you that you try more social events or to try to push your comfortable boundaries a little bit? This is a class where we teach our basic improv program in a room where all the students are like-minded and the teacher is patient and understanding. It’s a gentle approach to the basic principles of improvisation. You will learn the same skills that our other students learn in the improv program but at a pace and comfort level that fit the group. There is no final show or public performance as part of this class.

 

IMPROV FOR VETERANS LEVEL ALPHA

In the alpha level of this class, students will learn skills needed to create strong improvised scenes. These skills include building ensemble, giving and taking focus, object work, and the concept of “yes, and.” In addition, students will learn fundamental strategies for taking honest, personal experiences and turning them into compelling, entertaining stories.

 

IMPROV DROP-IN

The Improv Drop-in is a noncommittal, two hour class that will keep you on your toes and inject fun into your day. Drop-ins are designed for all levels so if you want to get extra class time, play with new people or work with amazing coaches then drop on by! Any current student or grad of The Second City is eligible to take this class. For any persons with equivalent training from other programs, please call our office to determine if this class is appropriate for you. We cap the class at 16 students, so arrive early to get a spot.

 

CONSERVATORY 1 (audition level)

Acting within Improv – put the two together.

 

CONSERVATORY 2

Original Characters – the next Austin Powers is within you!

 

CONSERVATORY 3

Ensemble Improv – calm down, Austin Powers, it’s not all about you.

 

CONSERVATORY 4

Beginning Re-Improvisation: Do it more than once and start to create sketches.

 

CONSERVATORY 5

Advanced Re-Improvisation: Improvise drafts of group scenes and comic structure.

 

GRAD REVUE

Create an original Second City style revue! Grad Revue classes perform Sunday evenings, culminating in 7 previews and 8 final performances in The Second City Hollywood Studio Theater.

 

Specialty Courses:

DIRECTING PROGRAM

An elite group of eight students will go on a year-long journey in this program that teaches the fundamental techniques to directing Second City’s style of sketch comedy and improvisation. From working with scripts to coaching improv to developing scripts, this five-level program culminates in a scripted sketch revue showcasing a sample of each director’s work. Each level is seven weeks long and each class will have 6 to 8 volunteer actors for the directing students to work with in class.

Applicants need to complete the Directing Program Submission Form. Please submit yourself for consideration HERE

 

FINDING YOUR VOICE

LONG FORM ESSENTIALS

Discover long form improvisation! Begin with the fundamentals of long form including tag outs, cut-tos, wipes, and scene painting. Explore the mind set of taking a single suggestion and turning it into a cohesive show. Study the montage and immerse in an ensemble and group mind.

Students must pass an audition to enter into the Long Form Program. A solid grasp of improv scene work is recommended before auditions. Sign up for auditions HERE

There will be one class performance in this level. This course is taught by Amanda Blake Davis.

 

CRACKING TWO-PERSON IMPROV WITH TIM & ROB

The class will focus on what drives a successful two-person, how to get the most out of your opening, how to get the audience on your side, and how to approach your relationship on stage. They will guide you through a simple form and how to best showcase your authenticity and range and later, how to put your own twist on this classic form. This class will offer reps for people new to the form, and development for those who have tried it before. At the term’s end, students will have the confidence and skills to take their two-person performance to stage and see how satisfying it is to create a world with your partner, over and over, and do it well.

 

PUPPETRY FOR IMPROVISERS

Step up your improv skills in a new and fun way by improvising and performing with puppets! In this exciting 7-week program you will focus on puppetry technique as well as improvising unique characters and scenes with puppets. At the end of the 7-week course students will have the opportunity to showcase their work on the Second City stage by performing in an improvised puppet show! Open to all levels of improvisers.

Students are asked to bring their own puppet. If you cannot bring a puppet, we can provide you with a peeper from www.peeperspuppet.com.

 

CLOWN & PHYSICAL COMEDY

This class in physical comedy strips away layers of self-consciousness while familiarizing students with the bare-bones of theatrical clowning. Learn to establish a direct and immediate relationship with an audience and become complicit with scene partners while moving through performance space with musicality. The class focuses on exercises in clowning, physical comedy, improvisation to heighten one’s natural sense of play. Students will amaze themselves as they begin to master the skillful juxtaposition of emotional blundering and physical precision.

This course will be taught by Dean Evans:
Dean Evans is a Los Angeles based professional performer, writer, and director. He was named one of the top 50 ‘players’ by new city magazine. He creates the popular webseries deanis. He has appeared on nbc’s chicago pd, russia’s минута славы, the onion network’s tough season 1 & 2, and various commercials and television. He has performed with the second city, io, the goodman, cirque du soliel, the neo-futurists, redmoon, collaboraction, the actor’s gymnasium and as a solo artist around the world. He is known for his physical performance and characters including the entity who simply goes by honeybuns. Dean has created over a dozen full length theatrical productions, various immersive experiences and alternate realities, 3 full length circuses, dozens of comedic characters. follow Dean on twitter or instagram.

 

ACTING 1: CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT

Think you’re “only an improviser and not an actor?” Well, improv is acting without a script, so become a better actor! This class will help improvisers develop their acting chops and will help actors sharpen their skills through script analysis, beat work and monologue work, with an emphasis on well-rounded character development. The audition process will also be examined, from theater/stage work to film, and will include resumes, headshots and audition etiquette. All improvisers should have acting classes as a part of their tool set. Add this class to your improv training or just learn the basics of acting on its own–no improv training is required to take this class.

 

ACTING 2: SCENE STUDY

This second class will help students take their acting skills to the next level by focusing on partner work. Character and emotion go hand in hand, for improvisers and actors alike. Once you’ve learned to create well defined characters, now it’s time to learn how to help those characters make bold, memorable choices. Each student will be assigned a scene and partner, and will learn to draw the emotion from the page, while learning various tools like sense memory, emotional memory and personalization. Self esteem and building your confidence are vital parts to the emotional work as well.  At the end of the course, the scenes will be performed at the Second City Studio Theater.

 

STAND-UP 1

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 until discovering their own unique style. Class culminates in a final performance in The Second City Hollywood Studio Theater.

 

STAND-UP 2

Build on the skills developed in Stand-Up 101, honing your comedic voice through a variety of exercises and personal feedback. Class culminates in a final performance on one of The Second City Training Center’s stages.

 

SO YOU WANT TO TRY STAND-UP

Have you always wanted to try stand-up but were too intimidated to try? This workshop will take you from “Wish I could” to “Wow! I did!” in a supportive atmosphere, practice finding the comedy in real-life experiences and turn them into a stand-up set. This class will include writing, discussion, a bit of improvisation, and will prepare you for your first stand-up open mic performance. Bring in a few jokes that you wrote or funny ideas that could become jokes. We’ll help give your jokes structure, as well as give you the tools to begin developing your solo stage presence.

 

STORYTELLING 101 – CRAFTING A STORY

Live storytelling shows have become one of the fastest growing and most personal forms of entertainment in Los Angeles. With the popularity of shows like The Moth, Mortified and Porchlight, audiences have shown that they love to hear a well-crafted and fascinating story. In this class we will focus on the craft of 1st-person storytelling – how to structure an event from your life in a way that is interesting and entertaining to other people. At the completion of the four weeks, each of the students will walk out with one stage-ready story, which will be performed in the final class show.

 

INTRO TO VOICEOVER

Second City Alumnus Kiff VandenHeuvel teaches this seven-week course covering the world of commercial and character voiceover. This class will help you discover what you will need to get started in the world of voiceover. Learn about mic technique, demos, the difference between narrator and character reads, rates, tips, tricks and resources for building your career in the LA voiceover scene. At the end of class you’ll receive mp3 files of your work.

 

IMPROVISATION FOR VOICEOVER WORK

Improvisation for Voiceover Work explores the unique relationship between improvisation and character creation for VOICE with a focus on the practical application of improvisation technique for animation, commercial, videogames, impressions (voicematching) and ADR, with a focus on creating characters using what is (and what is not) provided by the casting directors and improvising for those formats..

 

DIALECTS & CHARACTER VOICES LEVEL UNO

Looking to build your Actor/Improviser Tool Box? Want to bring your Irish Bartender into more crisp view? Got that Brooklyn Cab Driver you are dying to perfect? This is the place to do it! Learn fun ways to expand your arsenal of character voices and regional dialects. In this workshop, we will explore character status, physicality, vocal placement, breathing techniques, and delve into a wide variety of accents and dialects. Each week will have a different regional focus. Participants will have the opportunity to create original characters as well as work with scripted material.

 

DIALECTS & CHARACTER VOICES LEVEL DEUX

Delve deeper into the world of accents, dialects, and character voices in this 4-week immersive experience. We will continue to build on the fundamentals of Level 1, digging deeper into character development as it pertains to accents, dialects and more general vocal use and placement. This next level will explore regional influences with more specificity, as students work with scripted text as well as improvised scenes.

 

MUSICAL IMPROV ESSENTIALS

Musical Improv Essentials is an introductory class that is highly recommended for those interested in the musical improv program. Students are introduced to vocal performance, production, projection, and the fundamental concepts of musical improvisation. This class provides a great overview for everyone interested in music, Second City style.

 

IMPROV HIP HOP VOL. 1

Improv hip hop is not easy, but it can be learned. And it?s worth the hard work. The feeling of flawlessly freestyling on a stage as the audience loses its mind is amazing. In this class you?ll learn how to freestyle, rap within improv scenes, cover basics of beatboxing and learn a number of awesome short form games including: Rap Line, Beastie Rap, Pass the Mic and Historical Rap Battle.

 

Writing Courses:

BEGINNING SKETCH WRITING

Low pressure and lots of fun! Beginners explore their comic voice through in-class writing exercises. Learn sketch formatting and story structure while utilizing the Second City core concept of “yes and”. Learn to write comedy just for fun or to ready yourself for your Conservatory show.

 

WRITING STRONG WOMEN

Liz Lemon, Leslie Knope, Kimmy Schmidt, Selina Meyer, all four Golden Girls–these are just some of the amazing female characters that have melted our hearts and made us pee a little from laughing so hard. However, it’s a common issue in Hollywood that the majority of women characters are underwritten, serving mostly to set the more developed male characters up for a laugh. The future is female, y’all, as well as television programming, so get on the right side of history and learn to make your female characters stand out!!

In this workshop-style writing class, instructor Rebekah Walendzak will give you tools to create memorable female characters who DRIVE the scene. Writers (women AND men) create sketches, monologues and character pieces through a variety of writing exercises and assignments while learning how to navigate the changing gender dynamics of the writer’s room.

 

WRITING HILARIOUS SOCIAL & POLITICAL SATIRE

Stephen Colbert (The Colbert Report), Keegan-Michael Key (Key & Peele), and Tina Fey (30 Rock) all started creating social and political satire at The Second City. You’re in Hollywood for a reason. Learn valuable tools to create smart, sharp, hilariously biting satire for TV sketch, sitcom, screenplay, the web, or the stage.

 

CREATING A WEB SERIES
Join Instructor Emily Walker in a 7-week class on creating your very own web series. With the success of web series like Brown Girls or Broad City, creating your own can jump start your career. We will learn about storyline, character development and dialogue, as well as focus on the logistics of shooting. Tell your story while working on skills that you will use the rest of your career. By the final class expect to have a fully fleshed out web series as well as your pilot shot.

 

WRITE YOUR TV PILOT: FROM IDEA TO DRAFT

Write Your TV Pilot: From Idea to Draft is an immersive class that will get you from idea to draft on your original pilot. Move from development phase, to outline, to draft. Half-hour and hour long pilots are acceptable. New students and experienced students welcome.

This is a two-term class. We have special payment plans available. Please call 323.464.8542 to inquire.

 

WRITE YOUR TV PILOT: THE SECOND DRAFT

Congratulations, you’ve got a first draft of your pilot script! But chances are you may also have fatty dialogue, a story problem, or maybe even a whole act that, well, sucks! Don’t worry, you’ve done the hard work, now the fun begins. In this class you’ll learn how to rewrite your script and create a second draft where each scene progresses the story, character voices are specific and the action lines lean towards poetry.

Requirements: you must have a finished pilot script. You must be willing to read all other students work before class starts and come prepared to do in-class writing. Last day to register is one week before the first class to give students time to read each other’s work before the start of class.

 

SITCOM SPEC WRITING LEVEL 1

A spec script is an idea you have for an episode of an existing show (remember how you thought Liz Lemon should marry Pete Hornberger?). Learn sitcom story format, how to match the voice and tone of the show, how to give and take notes, and what the industry is looking for in a good spec. At the end of the class, you’ll have a rough draft.

 

SITCOM SPEC WRITING LEVEL 2: FROM ROUGH DRAFT TO PROFESSIONAL LEVEL SPEC

Students who already have a rough first draft of a spec script will work to bring their script up to a professional level final draft by: receiving notes on their rough draft rewriting, honing in on character voices and show tone, and punching up jokes all while using the classroom as a simulated writers room..

 

CREATING YOUR PILOT PITCH PACKET

Television Pilots – Discover the fundamentals of creating a pilot pitch for an original sitcom. Understand what the market is looking for and how to present your idea and make them laugh in the room. Craft log lines to character breakdowns, a synopsis and future episode ideas. Pitch your ideas; collaborate with classmates to explore and heighten show elements, culminating with your pitch and pitch packet. Please bring a laptop or phone for Internet access. Have 1-3 ideas ready to pitch.

 

WRITING FOR LATE NIGHT TV AND TALK SHOWS LEVEL 1

Write desk bits, remote segments, guest pieces, sketch and a variety of segments for shows like Fallon, Conan, Kimmel, Seth Myers, Colbert, Ellen and more. Pitch monologue jokes, brainstorm, explore and heighten material in this collaborative Writer’s Room environment. Create original material to strengthen your writing samples, and produce the elements to put together your pitch packet for a talk show. Please bring a laptop or phone for Internet access.

 

WRITING BOLD CHARACTERS

You’re in Hollywood for a reason. Learn valuable tools to create bold, hilarious comedy characters for TV sketch, sitcom, screenplay, the web, or the stage. Infuse your scripts with Second City’s approach to strong charter and dynamic relationship using multi media examples of Second City alumni at work on current TV shows, classic and new films, the web, and classic Second City stage sketches. Explore the comedic underpinnings of characters from Comedy Central’s Key and Peele and Workaholics, Anchorman, Ghostbusters, Groundhog Day, and Funny or Die – to name a few – and create hysterical characters of your own.

 

SECOND DRAFTS AND BEYOND

Second Drafts and Beyond is an intense product-driven course that takes your sketch comedy from “needs a rewrite” to “ready for opening night!” Learn the difference between rewriting and revising, how to receive and implement notes from others and how to get the most out of Writers’ Room collaboration.

For this course, students will need to have screenwriting software and ability to convert to PDF (free versions available via internet search).

 

REEL WRITING

 

Youth Classes:

KIDS & TEEN WINTER CAMPS (AGES 8-18)

Our summer comedy camps attract students from all over the world to learn improv, make friends, and perform on our stage! No previous experience is needed. Camps end with a show where the students show off what they’ve learned!

Campers are grouped by ages 8-10, 11-13, and 14-18. Camps meet from 9am-3:30pm. Each day students rotate through three subjects:

Improv: An intro to the rules of Improv—saying yes, working together, listening, and having fun.

Sketch Comedy: An intro to the basics of writing sketch comedy scenes.

Musical Improv: Learn to spontaneously put words to music.

 

KIDS & TEEN IMPROV

What kind of kid is yours? Shy kid? Class clown? Smart aleck? Get them into these classes that will feed what they need. They will learn improv exercises and games. No experience needed. Each term is 7 weeks long and designed to be taken several times.

 

INCLUSIVE IMPROV: IMPROV FOR KIDS WITH AUTISM AND BEYOND (ages 7-10)

Inclusive Improv is great for enhancing eye contact, building peer relationships, and stretching creative potential while playing games, listening, collaborating, and most importantly having fun!!!

The instructor team from The Second City and Zip Zap Zop Enrichment have experience working with children with special needs and providing improv programs and workshops at various schools in the LA area. Students will learn the same skills as a mainstream improv program with additional supports, pacing and comfort level that fits the needs of the group.

 

KID ACTING (ages 10-12)

Learn the basic skills of acting. Monologues, scenes and exercises are used to examine techniques an actor uses to establish a character. In this course, students discover skills found in the physical, emotional, intellectual and spiritual aspects of the human condition. Exercises include movement, sense memory, personalization, objective, beat work and beginning text analysis. Learn about auditioning as well as working in the business.

 

TEEN ACTING (ages 13-18)

Learn the basic skills of acting. Monologues, scenes and exercises are used to examine techniques an actor uses to establish a character. In this course, students discover skills found in the physical, emotional, intellectual and spiritual aspects of the human condition. Exercises include movement, sense memory, personalization, objective, beat work and beginning text analysis. Learn about auditioning as well as working in the business.

 

TEEN STAND-UP
Discover and express your unique comedic voice and develop your personal style as a stand-up comedian. We will focus on generating original material, building stage presence and celebrating your take on the world.

 

TEEN SKETCH (ages 13-18)

Teen Sketch is a quick and fun entry into the world of sketch comedy writing. This is an exercise-based class WITH NO GRADES (woohoo!) that is all about generating ideas and exploring point of view while learning some terminology along the way. Homework includes watching TV, Youtube clips and posting on the Discussion Board. Gain enough Experience Points (XP) and you are ready to Level Up.

 

ADVANCED IMPROV (AGES 14-18)

This advanced improv class is for students who have taken our Youth and Teen Improv classes and are ready for the next step. This is an audition level course.

 

TEEN TROUPE

The Teen Troupe is a seven week class designed for students who would like a deeper exploration of improvisation. The course will build ensemble technique and facility in improvisation. This will be accomplished through both long and short form improv work, culminating in a public presentation at The Second City Studio Theatre. Performances are held each week during the class term. Students are admitted to class by interview/audition only. Class size is limited and we are giving first priority to former students of the Teen Performance classes.

 


ONLINE CLASSES:

ONLINE SKETCH WRITING 1
Students living away from one of the Second City Training Centers can still study comedy sketch writing! In Online Sketch Writing 1 students receive individual instruction through online correspondence, exploring the fundamentals of character development and theatrical scene structure. Exercises include a variety of comedic genres, from “Simple Yet Impossible Goal” to “Clash of Context” to “Inappropriate Response.” This course is conducted by e-mail and online correspondence with a Writing instructor.

 

ONLINE SKETCH WRITING 2
Building on Online Sketch Writing 1, students will continue to learn the universal comedy techniques used in mainstream media as well as focusing on satire, character development and rewriting.

 

ONLINE WRITING FOR LATE NIGHT TV AND TALK SHOWS

Write desk bits, monologues and a variety of segments for shows like Conan, Letterman, Kimmel, Ellen and more. Create original material to strengthen your writing samples.

 

ONLINE WRITING FOR LATE NIGHT TV AND TALK SHOWS 2

Building on Online Writing for Late Night and TV Talk Shows 1, this class will consist of joke maximizers for monologue jokes, finding the angle for your joke, monologue jokes with visual punch lines, bits or mini sketches within a monologue, rants on a topic like John Oliver/Seth Meyers, coming up with extra segments for celebrity guests, recurring segment ideas, Fallon-type games with guests, and Sweeps weeks/big ideas for the shows like Kimmel’s “Wall of America.” Students work together more in this level, and explore and heighten each others ideas in this collaborative writer’s room environment!

 

ONLINE CREATING AND PITCHING YOUR TV SERIES

You’ve been talking about your sitcom idea forever already. Make it happen! Learn what the market is looking for (seriously, what are they looking for?), how to present your idea, and make them laugh in the room. You’ll end this course with an original pitch packet – from log lines to character breakdowns to future episodes.

 

ONLINE WRITING A SCREENPLAY
A sellable screenplay = quit your day job. This class will help you create characters, understand structure & learn to pitch. You’ll end this course with an outline of your [awesome] screenplay idea as well as the start of your script.

 

ONLINE COMEDY WRITING BOOTCAMP: FISH OUT OF WATER

You’ve learned how to write a Fish Out of Water sketch. You’ve learned the concepts of ‘Insane in a Sane World’ and ‘Sane in a an Insane World.’ Have you had the opportunity to write BOTH types? AND get feedback? AND REWRITE them? This course is an intensive in all things Fish Out of Water. Get ready to generate new ideas, new sketches and rewrite old ones. YOU ARE NOT THE Fish Out of Water HERE. Jump in, the water’s fine!

 

ONLINE TEEN SKETCH (AGES 15-18)
Teen Sketch is a quick and fun entry into the world of sketch comedy writing. This is an exercise-based class WITH NO GRADES (woohoo!) that is all about generating ideas and exploring point of view while learning some terminology along the way. Homework includes watching TV, Youtube clips and posting on the Discussion Board. Gain enough Experience Points (XP) and you are ready to Level Up.


2018 INTENSIVES:

Intro to Comedy Writing Intensive • Mon-Fri 11-4:30PM • Jan 22-26th 2018

Writing for Late Night TV & Talk Shows INT • Mon-Fri 11-4:30Pm • Jan 29-Feb 2nd 2018

Creating Your Pilot Pitch Packet INT • Mon-Fri 11-4:30PM • Feb 26-Mar 2nd 2018

Writing Hilarious Social & Political Satire Intensive • Fri-Sun 11-7PM • March 19-23rd 2018

Sitcom Spec Level Intensive • Mon-Fri 11-4:30PM • April 23-27th 2018

Intro to Comedy Writing Intensive • Mon-Fri 11-4:30PM • May 7-11th 2018

Writing Strong Women Intensive • Mon-Fri 11-4:30PM • May 14-18th 2018

Acting 1: Beginning Acting Intensive • Fri-Sun 11-7PM • May 11-13th 2018

Writing for Sketch TV Intensive • Fri-Sun 11-7PM • June 15-17th 2018

Creating a Web Series • Mon-Fri 11-4:30PM • June 18-22th 2018

Physical Comedy Intensive • Mon-Fri 11-4:30PM • July 9-13th 2018

Writing for Late Night TV & Talk Shows INT • Mon-Fri 11-4:30PM • July 23-27th 2018

Stand-Up 1 Intensive • Mon-Fri 11-4:30PM • August 27-31st 2018

Creating Your Pilot Pitch Packet INT • Mon-Fri 11-4:30PM • Sep 17-21st 2018

Writing Bold Characters Intensive • Mon-Fri 11-4:30PM • Oct 29-Nov 2nd 2018

Intro to Comedy Writing Intensive • Mon-Fri 11-4:30PM • Nov 26-30th 2018

Sitcom Spec Level Intensive • Mon-Fri 11-4:30PM • Dec 10-14th 2018

Stand-Up 1 Intensive • Fri-Sun 11-7PM • December 14-16th 2018

 

Term 6 Classes & Registration