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Conservatory 1

Classes

Conservatory level 1 is a deep dive into the Second City archives. Students study and analyze classic sketches to familiarize themselves with the satirical styles and genres presented on our...

Grad Revue 3

Classes

The final level of the Grad Revue process provides students with the opportunity to experience the active rehearsal process of putting up a Second City-style sketch revue. Improvisers who have...

Grad Revue 2

Classes

The second level of the Grad Revue process is dedicated to shaping the material that’s been generated thus far as well as continuing to create new ideas. Students work with...

Grad Revue 1

Classes

For students who have completed a long journey through the study of improvisation and Second City sketch, the journey of creating their very own comedic sketch revue begins here. In...

Conservatory 3

Classes

Conservatory Level 3 is dedicated to the study of the many different types of scenic styles that are employed in sketch creation. Students learn to improvise with the goal of...

Conservatory 2

Classes

Armed with a better understanding of what goes into the creation of a Second City sketch, from improvisation to written scene, students in Level 2 build upon their own skills...

Conservatory 1

Classes

Conservatory level 1 is a deep dive into the Second City archives. Students study and analyze classic sketches to familiarize themselves with the satirical styles and genres presented on our...

Improv 5

Classes

In this performance-oriented level, students will be introduced to hosting skills, game set-ups and techniques for more effectively integrating the audience into their shows. With a focus on advanced games...

Improv 4

Classes

Improv 4 broadens the focus to include the audience in the experience. Where Improv 3 sets the table with the elements of basic scene structure, Improv 4 deepens this work...

Improv 3

Classes

Improv 3 takes the character work from Improv 2 and places it in the context of other key elements of dynamic scenes: who/what/where, beginnings & middles, platforms, setting, intro to...