We have a whole day dedicated to talking like a pirate, why not talking like Shakespeare? It might sound inspiring, impossible, intriguing, or even intimidating. But this class will simply make it fun! Performers and non performers alike can take this class; every student will be put at ease with some enjoyable games and exercises to learn the difference between our “thees” and “thous.” If you felt like you could just never “get” Shakespeare in high school, this class will rectify that. You’ll be throwing around both compliments and insults, Shakespeare-style, in no time!
This workshop is pay-what-you-can ($20 suggested).
- DatesSaturday, June 20, 4-6:30pm Eastern Daylight Time
- PrerequisitesNo experience necessary.
Amanda’s classes feel the least zoom-like of all the zoom/online
meetings. She creates the most fun and interactive environment…
Learn how to improvise a play in the style of William Shakespeare! The thought of improvising in this style might sound inspiring, impossible, intriguing, or intimidating. But this class will put you at ease with some enjoyable ways to learn the skills of bringing this classic genre to life. You will gain familiarity and confidence with the language and style. The class will culminate in an entire play improvised in the style of the Bard.
- PrerequisitesNarrative Improv completion or preivious improvisation training at any reputable training center Request this class
For those that might see this and think, ‘hmm, sounds interesting, but…’ I have this advice: take the class. It will challenge your improv brain at a whole new level, and while it’s a lot of work to get good, it is also a freakishly fun format to perform.