Does your object work involve little more than lazily drinking some vague liquid in every scene? Ranger Danger and the Danger Ranger (Drew Coolidge, Luis Cortes) will sharpen your space work by helping you view each move as a ʺsilent offerʺ. Harness the power of non-verbal gifts by communicating physically with your scene partner, and begin looking at every location as a playground in which to define your character, play your game, and tell your story.
Date: Satuday June 7th, 2014
Times: 11:00pm – 2:00pm
Location: The Adrienne Theatre, 2030 Sansom Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103 (get map)
Pre-requisites: PHIT 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.
After payment processing you will be redirected to a student information page on the Philly Improv Theater’s website to complete your registration.
Instructors: Drew Coolidge & Luis Cortes
Drew Coolidge and Luis Cortes have a combined 25 years of experience, playing together as Ranger Danger and the Danger Ranger for the last 10. They’ve studied at the Upright Citizen’s Brigade, iOWest, and ComedySportz, and have performed and taught all across the US, from Chicago to Texas, Minnesota to Alaska.
Ranger Danger and the Danger Ranger is the most decorated two-man team in Los Angeles. They’ve won 1st place in the ComedySportz Duo Duel 2012, 1st place in the LA Improv Festival Tournament of Cagematch Champions, 1st place in the INDI.COM Two Person Improv Challenge, and 1st place in Crashbar Improv’s 2 Man Tournament, in addition to winning the UCB-LA Cagematch and Thunderdome at Second City Hollywood. They were also voted “Best in Fest” by the audience of the 2013 Philadelphia Improv Festival.