Talk to Strangers
“Don’t talk to strangers!” Many improvisers treat the concept of avoiding scenes with strangers as an unbreakable rule of improv. But actually, with the right tools and using the right skills, improvisers can create very entertaining scenes between complete strangers. In this workshop, students will exercise those fun and important acting skills, elevating their play to engaging improvised theatre.
- Prerequisitessome improv training/experience required Request this class
What People Are Saying:
Amanda is not only a great improviser with years of experience, but she knows HOW to teach it.
There's a certain level of anxiety when taking an improv class. Amanda gets rid of the "fear of the unknown" with her Southern hospitality and charm. Come in nervous, leave with a great friend and coach. I can't wait to take a class with her in person.
You need to know how to teach to make a difference, and she surely does.