Improv 101 - Learn with DC's Premier Instructor
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The last date listed for Improv 101 was Tuesday October 21, 2008 / 7:00pm.
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Featured review from Samuel M.
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The instructor, Shawn Westfall, was competent and experienced. We had a full evening of exercises, and everyone seemed to enjoy it. I did.
The Felix Lounge wasn't as good. It was a hike from the Metro, and the bar charged some hefty prices for drinks. Our space, upstairs, was small, and not very well cooled.
It was fun, despite the substandard site.
Need a good laugh? A healthy chuckle? Who doesn't!?
Ever watch Whose Line Is It, Anyway? and wonder if you could do that, too? Well, you can: not only is improvisational comedy fun to watch, it's both fun, and easy, to do. And improv isn't just for actors..right now it's for Professionals In The City.
Join us for a private and much sought-after 3-hour class covering the basics of improv. You'll also learn a number of games you can play just about anywhere, learn how to develop scenes and create characters within seconds, and learn exercises to help create "group mind" to better work and act together. But more importantly, you'll open your mind and free yourself from some of the fears you may have about public speaking and presence...while having fun, laughing, and meeting new people!
The instructor, Shawn Westfall, is currently the exclusive instructor of improvisational comedy at the DC Improv, where he's taught a number of wildly popular improv classes, classes that were featured prominently in both the Washington Post and in the Post-Express.