Keep up on your improv studies.
One Monday per month we offer classes designed for everyone who’d like to build or maintain their improv skills. Each class focuses on a different theme, designates time for scene work, and provides tools to make you a successful improvisor.
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What’s Your Status?
with AND Senior Instructor Irene Carroll
Monday (11/19) 7:00 – 9:00 pm
Have you thought about how to play your status in your improvisational scenework? Have you thought how it is to change your status once the scene is up and running? In improvisational theater, “status” refers to the power difference in the relationship between two (or more) characters. In this class we will work on your character’s status and how you can change through body language, actions, and manner of speaking to your fellow actors.
Irene Carroll is an Actor, Improviser, Writer, Director, Producer and Teacher. She honed her teaching skills as the Artistic Director of Gotham City Improv, as well as one of the master instructor for ANDTheatre Company. She is an active performer and producer in NYC performing regularly at places like The People’s Improv Theatre, The Creek & The Cave, Q.E.D. & Shetler’s Studio Theatre 54. She has worked & performed w/ improv & sketch luminaries such as Gary Austin, Michael J. Gellman, David Razowsky, Scotty Watson, Ralph Buckley, and Kevin Scott. Irene loves teaching, and focuses on being truthful in the work, listening to the space, and self-discovery.
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