Precipice Improv Theater's Improv for Everyone Workshop
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With more than 30 million YouTube views, the musical duo of Igudesman and Joo have turned a vacuum cleaner, boxer shorts, a coffee cream frother and Mozart into an international sensation. With their stage show, A Little Nightmare Music, Russian violinist Aleksey Igudesman and Korean pianist Richard Hyung-ki Joo are filling concert halls and stadiums with the roar of laughter inspired by their surreal blend of classical music and pop culture. Both classically-trained musicians, the two take a musical genre that's often seen as anything but funny and shake it up with a bunch of craziness where everything goes wrong on purpose. From a musician in boxers to a snoring violin, anything can happen and pretty much everything does. And it's not just classical -- in addition to Mozart, you'll hear bits of samurai movies, The Simpsons and West Side Story throughout the show. Learn More
Join Precipice Improv Theater for a special Improv for Everyone Workshop. Designed for everyone regardless of experience, the workshop will guide you through fun and playful improv exercises in a gentle and supportive atmosphere.
Improv training isn’t just for actors or comedians. Much as yoga helps you to stretch your body and relax your mind, improv exercises help you to relax your body and mind, exercise your imagination and creativity, and build skills and attitudes like these:
- self confidence
- trust and collaboration
- optimism and playfulness
The workshop is taught by Gary Jacobs. Gary as been teaching, producing, and directing improv for 28 years. He now teaches on both the East and West Coasts. His last eight workshops in Bethesda, Santa Barbara, Santa Monica, and Ventura, California were sold out. Gary is currently artistic director of Precipice Improv Theater.