Students will spend the first four weeks of this eight week class learning a sampling of different long-forms. This class goes far beyond the Harold to explore character-based, narrative-based, and deconstruction-based formats. Students will spend the second half of this session workshopping and developing a new original format that they will perform in a final graduation show. Both the class and the graduation performance will take place online.
- DatesSundays, 12-2:30pm EST, January 17 - March 7
- PrerequisitesAdvanced Scene Study completion or preivious long form improvisation class/training at any reputable training center
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