*ALL CLASSES WILL BE ONLINE FOR THE NEAR FUTURE*
I taught standup in Atwater Village for 10+ years, and am currently teaching at USC going on my 7th year. I pour all that experience into my work and this class. DURING THIS SOCIAL DISTANCING/ONLINE CLASS PERIOD, you will "get up" twice each class, developing material you feel excited about. It will be authentic and new, and totally you. We will discuss various joke styles/comedians, prompts and challenges, open mic etiquette, and next steps. We do this together, in a supportive environment, giving and receiving useful feedback, striving and laughing. You will leave with a better understanding of your comedic voice and creative intention, plus oodles of material!
How can I help you?
Stand Up, Storytelling, Public Speaking, Red Carpet, Press Junkets, you name it!
Private sessions meet via Skype, Zoom or FaceTime, until we can meet in person again.
You may add up to 3 additional people to your session, via Zoom.
You may halve your session=30 minutes for $80
**After 60 minutes, it is $40/15 minutes. I will let you know when your scheduled hour is up and you can opt to go longer.**
If you're interested in studying with me and would like to see more, come to one of our shows. Each Level 1 session ends with a show. They're free and the shows are a guaranteed good time! If you come, please say "HI", I'd love to meet you and answer any questions you have. -- Shows are currently on Zoom, intimate and fun. You do not have to have your camera on, but we'd love to hear your laugh! SHOW TONIGHT, MARCH 9TH!!
I am a faculty member at USC, teaching stand up and improv classes in the School of Dramatic Arts. I continue to grow as a teacher and a comic. I do not teach formulas, exactly. I prefer to ask questions, give prompts, get you up over and over so you can discover and tell me what kind of comic you are, not the other way around. I want to help you be you, to tell the truth, to make a connection. I want to help you create something new.
This is my joy. I don't believe you have to do this alone. I prefer creating comedy together, in a community. I've worked with over 1,800 students now, each group is vibrant and complex, and it's always fun, every single time!
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