IMPROV WORKSHOP – “The Physics of Improv: How To Change That Scene That’s Uncomfortable, Unenjoyable or Potentially Dangerous for the Better”: We’ve all been in THAT scene. The one with the uh-oh moments that pulls us out of the scene, makes us worry, feels out of our control. Well, it doesn’t have to. Learn how to reset your default responses to those moments in a way that helps you regain the fun of the scene.
Dates: Saturday, June 8th, 2013
Times: 2:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Location: The Shubin Theatre, 407 Bainbridge Street, Philadelphia, PA 19147 (get map)
Instructor: Asaf Ronen (bio)
What Students Say About Asaf: “Asaf was amazing. Best workshop I’ve ever taken.” – “Asaf has a profound understanding of improvisation. He quickly deconstructed my performance and offered an excellent assessment of my strengths and weaknesses.” – “Asaf will blow your mind with his insight and challenges. You will leave the class with a better understanding of what you do on stage and be a better improviser.”
Pre-requisites: Improv 201 or equivalent (with advance approval of the PHIT Education Director).
BEFORE YOU REGISTER: Please make sure you have read and understand PHIT’s Terms & Conditions of Enrollment.