IMPROV 101 - Apr 19, 2010 - Harrison Brookie

IMPROV 101: Fundamentals of Improv Comedy

Regular Fee:$195.00
Student Fee:$150.00
Availibilty:This class has been cancelled until further notice.
Registration:Registration for this class is closed.
Start Date:Monday, April 19, 2010 @ 7:00 pm

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

No comedy or theater experience necessary.

FREE ADMISSION WHILE ENROLLED. CLASS RUNS for 2 HOURS each week with optional office hours after class as available.

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Class Dates and Times*

Mon, Apr 19, 2010 7:00 pm DSI Comedy Theater
Mon, Apr 26, 2010 7:00 pm DSI Comedy Theater
Mon, May 03, 2010 7:00 pm DSI Comedy Theater
Mon, May 10, 2010 7:00 pm DSI Comedy Theater
Mon, May 17, 2010 7:00 pm DSI Comedy Theater
Mon, May 24, 2010 7:00 pm DSI Comedy Theater

* All classes are 3 hours long unless otherwise noted above.

Instructor: Harrison Brookie

Harrison Brookie

Harrison joined Clemson University's comedy improv group, Mock Turtle Soup, in 2004. For the next four years, he performed short and longform in Clemson, along with Atlanta, Nashville, Orlando and Chicago. He has attended the Black Box, Implosion, Charleston, Richmond, Del Close, Spontaneous Combustion and North Carolina Comedy Arts Festivals, training under a variety of instructors from The Annoyance, iO, Comedy Sportz, SAK and Second City theaters. In 2007, Harrison also coached a high school improv team in Anderson, SC. In 2008, he moved to North Carolina with his wife to teach high school history and economics.

Harrison is currently a member of the DSI Comedy Theater Company, performing with THE 708, MISTER DIPLOMAT and two-person team POUND FOR POUND. He also coaches the house Harold team Kid Lincoln and is a resident instructor at the DSI Comedy Training Center.

What Our Students Think About This Course:

Rajeev Rajendran at 7:44am, October 13, 2009
Improv 101 is neither particle nor wave but has qualities of both.