IMPROV WORKSHOPS at THEATRE ASYLUM
CHARACTER AND RELATIONSHIP- Level 2 - $200
with Patrick Bristow and Jayne Entwistle
6 WEDNESDAY 7-10PM STARTING JANUARY 13TH
LONG FORM - $200
with Ted Michaels
6 SATURDAYS 3-6PM STARTING JANUARY 16TH
THE WRITING WORKSHOP- $200
with Heather Morgan
6 MONDAYS 7-10PM STARTING JANUARY 11TH
ONGOING WORKSHOP- $30 per class $25 if paid in advance
with Patrick Bristow
SATURDAYS 10AM - 1PM STARTING JANUARY 16th
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"Patrick's warmth as a person and teacher, mixed with his direct and clear instruction makes his class a perfect atmosphere not only for learning, but for complete transformation.
Although a somewhat experienced improvisor, I needed help. I couldn't get over a hump of mediocrity. Patrick zeroed in on my good habits so I felt confident and nailed me on my "bad" habits. Now performing is consistantly what it should be: fun and electric."
- Michaela Watkins, The Groundlngs, SNL
COMING IN FEBRUARY
Improvised Musical Mayhem
You, the audience, will decide where a zombie attack occurs. You'll hold the
fate of the characters in your own hands. They'll sing and dance their way through
horrific encounters with the un-dead. Who will live? Who will die? Who will eat whom?
You'll be directing your very own, one time only zombie musical.
Singing! Dancing! The eating of flesh!
Fridays at 8pm in the New Asylum Lab at Theatre Asylum.
February 5th through March 5th
Approximate run time - 1 hr. 10 min. (depending on zombies)
Directed by Patrick Bristow
Musical Direction - Dave Beukers
Co-Producer - Matthew Quinn
Cast (subject to availability)
On Tuesday, February 3rd, David Razowsky, Second City alumni and former Artistic Director of the Training Center of The Second City Los Angeles, will be moving his long-running Advanced Improv Drop-In workshop to The Asylum Theatre, 6320 Santa Monica Blvd.
The basis of this class is to remind ourselves that all improvisation is acting, and to focus on the ease of getting to the scene as soon as possible, staying focused on your partner, feeling comfortable with silences, and making scenic choices outside of your expectations. Learn how to make the scene come to you instead of you searching for the scene.
What actors have said about Razowsky’s classes:
“David’s approach to improvisation really opened my eyes to a whole new way of thinking.”
“David was beyond excellent--he was an inspirational master guru of improv instruction!”
“This program was outstanding and took my performance to another level.”
“David Razowsky is an amazing teacher and pushes every student to reach the best of their ability.”
“…an inspiring, high energy, kick-ass teacher!”
“David is a gift!”