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Old April 16, 2010, 11:04 AM
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Default SUMMER 2010 Improv Intensive, 101/201 and 301/401

Enjoy two weeks in Beautiful NORTH CAROLINA studying with Zach Ward and Paula Pazderka. Open to students of ALL experience levels. You can cover our 6 month program in 2 FULL weeks for only $390. Prepare to rock Carrboro or go back to your town and kick ass Dirty South style.

Questions. Email classes@dsicomedy.com

IMPROV 101/201, July 12 - July 16 ($195, register online)
http://www.dsicomedytheater.com/classes/276/

Our 101/201 INTENSIVE runs from 10:00am until 4:00pm MONDAY - THURSDAY with an hour break for lunch at 12:30pm; INTENSIVE runs until 1:00pm FRIDAY July 16th.

IMPROV 101 will focus on the basics of comedy improvisation: team-building, trust, speed, status, active listening, and agreement. You will learn to be fearless and have fun on stage using the DSI approach to improv comedy.

IMPROV 201 builds on the fundamentals. Begin to focus and develop character and relationship in scenes. Learn to raise the stakes of otherwise ordinary situations by exploring patterns of interaction and the game of the scene.

IMPROV 301 / 401, July 19 - July 23 ($195, register online)
http://www.dsicomedytheater.com/classes/277/

YOU MUST HAVE COMPLETED IMPROV 101/201 INTENSIVE or be a graduate of IMPROV 201 to register. Our 301/401 INTENSIVE runs from 10:00am until 4:00pm MONDAY - THURSDAY with an hour break for lunch at 12:30pm; INTENSIVE runs until 1:00pm FRIDAY July 23rd.

IMPROV 301 builds on the game of the scene from 201. Learn to instantly create solid characters (voice, attitude and physicality) and develop meaningful relationships in every scene you perform. Raise the stakes of the game by exploring the space between.

IMPROV 401 introduces students to Harold, the most widely performed improv format. From organic openings, second and third beats and group scenes, students learn the structure that makes Harold the standard for every longform. Be prepared to learn a strict foundation.



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