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Take an improv class in a creative community!
Welcome to the fun!!! Here are all the details: Step 1.) You must register and pay $15 on Eventbrite (http://mondayimprovclass.eventbrite.com/) to secure your place in the class (not just on this Meetup). Online registration ends at 6:30pm every Monday for that week. $15 discounted online registration for the class is located here: http://mondayimprovclass.eventbrite.com/ You can just show up and pay $20 (cash only) at the door. However class size is limited and it often sells out. So I'd recommend signing up online if you want a guaranteed place in the class (it's cheaper too) - you must do this on Eventbrite (http://mondayimprovclass.eventbrite.com/) (not just on this Meetup). Step 2.) Everyone meets inside the SF Chronicle building lobby, checks-in, and takes the elevator upstairs to the third floor classroom. Following the class there's usually an after party at the Chieftain Irish Pub & Restaurant around the corner (5th and Howard). It's a great time, hope to see you there! This Meetup is for people who currently improvise or are interested in trying out improv. We get together and attend Leela's weekly Monday night drop-in improv class: The Art of Improvisation (see below). "Come play, bring a friend, and meet new people in Leela's weekly drop-in improv class. This fun-filled improv class is a valuable opportunity for experienced actors/improvisors to sharpen their skills, and newbies to get introduced to the wonderful world of improvisation. Connect, play, grow..." Visit http://www.leela-sf.com for more information about Leela.

Leela

901 Mission Street, Suite #306 · San Francisco, CA

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Improv for Actors (SF)

Actors who currently improvise or are interested in improvisation get together to attend Leela's weekly drop-in improv classes: The Art of Improvisation in San Francisco. These classes are a great opportunity for actors to sharpen their skills and become more fluent in improvisation.

Studying improv helps actors get more commercial gigs and is a major asset in doing better at auditions. Improvisation is a commercial necessity for quite a few reasons. There are many non-scripted commercials being cast today so casting directors usually choose to bring in actors who are good with improv for those jobs. Additionally, those who have done improv training will usually do so much better at those commercials auditions.

Classes are located in the SF Chronicle building only one block from the Powell MUNI/BART station.

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