Do you find yourself halfway through a scene still not sure if you’re talking to your boss or your mom? Is it unclear if your scene partner is churning butter or unclogging a toilet? Ever do a scene and not know where you are? Like, at all?
Once you know the who, what, and where of a scene you naturally know what belongs there and what doesn’t. It’s the ‘what doesn’t’ that helps us find out what’s unusual and playable in improv. In this workshop we’ll focus on creating grounded, believable characters and locations so that our comedic choices can shine through.
Tickets – $25 (payable directly to Jake at the workshop via cash or Venmo!)
Jake Fallon is an improviser and coach originally from Denver. He’s been studying and performing with the Upright Citizens Brigade in Los Angeles for 3 years under the tutelage of improv legends such as Will Hines, Billy Merrit, Carl Tart, and an endless list of more incredible performers. His team Daddio hosts The Justin Timberlake Show–one of the most popular shows in the LA indie improv scene. In addition to improv, Jake is a writer and actor whose film ‘Homebody’ was featured on ShortoftheWeek.com and as one of the top comedy shorts of 2017 on FilmShortage.com.
Need more info? Contact Jake at firstname.lastname@example.org