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One of today’s hottest techniques, improvisation has become one of the entertainment industry’s and workplace’s most asked-for skill. You can see actors who got their start in improvisation in today’s most popular movies, television shows, and national commercials and leaders of business with heavy improv training in their background.

A good improviser, is a great actor, but a good actor doesn’t always mean you are a great improviser. Being able to think quickly on your feet, stay in the moment, and to roll with any sudden changes makes any person both a better performer and more adept in social interactions.

Here’s the best part; you can learn it too! If you ever thought about starting an improv class, then look no further! This is a safe and supportive place for actors and non-actors alike to learn and strengthen their skills as beginners or even if you have some experience!

The workshop is designed to make the performer feel confident onstage and off. Founded by veteran improviser, writer, and actor, Chris Berube, has taken the concepts of all of his experience and training in both improvisation and acting and streamlined it into a workshop that can be the most beneficial and FREE for everyone.

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FREE Improv / Sitcom Acting Workshop

6843 Lennox Ave

One of today’s hottest techniques, improvisation has become one of the entertainment industry’s and workplace’s most asked-for skill. You can see actors who got their start in improvisation in today’s most popular movies, television shows, and national commercials and leaders of business with heavy improv training in their background. A good improviser, is a great actor, but a good actor doesn’t always mean you are a great improviser. Being able to think quickly on your feet, stay in the moment, and to roll with any sudden changes makes any person both a better performer and more adept in social interactions. Here’s the best part; you can learn it too! If you ever thought about starting an improv class, then look no further! This is a safe and supportive place for actors and non-actors alike to learn and strengthen their skills as beginners or even if you have some experience! The workshop is designed to make the performer feel confident onstage and off. Founded by veteran improviser, writer, and actor, Chris Berube, has taken the concepts of all of his experience and training in both improvisation and acting and streamlined it into a workshop that can be the most beneficial and FREE for everyone.

FREE On Camera Acting Workshop

6843 Lennox Ave

A weekly workout for actors to make sure they are ready when the opportunity arrives and the cameras turn on. You’ve already trained – now you need to harness those skills to your performance – to every performance! You need to see and know what to improve on camera. This class is designed for serious actors who want to deepen their on-camera work, using on camera presence, script analysis and character behavior work. Each actor will bring in and develop a scene that she/he will take from auditions, classes, or independent study to understand their scene and see what it looks like, or how the casting people see them, on camera. The instructors are both industry veterans who use their combined years of experience to guide the actor to finding ways to work on camera that will serve them in a professional environment.

FREE Improv / Sitcom Acting Workshop

6843 Lennox Ave

One of today’s hottest techniques, improvisation has become one of the entertainment industry’s and workplace’s most asked-for skill. You can see actors who got their start in improvisation in today’s most popular movies, television shows, and national commercials and leaders of business with heavy improv training in their background. A good improviser, is a great actor, but a good actor doesn’t always mean you are a great improviser. Being able to think quickly on your feet, stay in the moment, and to roll with any sudden changes makes any person both a better performer and more adept in social interactions. Here’s the best part; you can learn it too! If you ever thought about starting an improv class, then look no further! This is a safe and supportive place for actors and non-actors alike to learn and strengthen their skills as beginners or even if you have some experience! The workshop is designed to make the performer feel confident onstage and off. Founded by veteran improviser, writer, and actor, Chris Berube, has taken the concepts of all of his experience and training in both improvisation and acting and streamlined it into a workshop that can be the most beneficial and FREE for everyone.

FREE On Camera Acting Workshop

6843 Lennox Ave

A weekly workout for actors to make sure they are ready when the opportunity arrives and the cameras turn on. You’ve already trained – now you need to harness those skills to your performance – to every performance! You need to see and know what to improve on camera. This class is designed for serious actors who want to deepen their on-camera work, using on camera presence, script analysis and character behavior work. Each actor will bring in and develop a scene that she/he will take from auditions, classes, or independent study to understand their scene and see what it looks like, or how the casting people see them, on camera. The instructors are both industry veterans who use their combined years of experience to guide the actor to finding ways to work on camera that will serve them in a professional environment.

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FREE On Camera Acting Workshop

6843 Lennox Ave

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