ERIC HUNICUTT - Viewpoints & Improvisation for the Actor

IMPROV: ERIC HUNICUTT - Viewpoints & Improvisation for the Actor

Regular Fee:$45.00
Availibilty:Class is limited to 16 students. Only 5 spots left.
Registration:Registration for this class is closed.
Start Date:Monday, August 16, 2010 @ 7:00 pm

Listen, react, respond...

The Actor's job is to do all of these... truthfully, and in the process, to remain present, in the moment, whether on camera or onstage - to be aware and available.

The question is: HOW?

This workshop covers the vocabulary and practice of Viewpoints (for more info on The Viewpoints as taught by The Steppenwolf, click here) and incorporates improvisation to give performers tools applicable in all aspects of their craft as Actors.

Check out Eric Hunicutt online.

ONE NIGHT ONLY, 7pm - 930pm

Students can register for BOTH Hunicutt workshops for $70.

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Class Dates and Times*

Mon, Aug 16, 2010 7:00 pm DSI Comedy Theater

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

Instructor: Eric Hunicutt

Eric Hunicutt

Eric Hunicutt is a working actor, director, writer, acting coach, and teacher currently living in Los Angeles. A professional actor for nearly 20 years, Eric's work has ranged from Shakespeare at Lincoln Center to sketch comedy in dive bars, as well as work in television, film, and live theatre - including ten years as a member of the acclaimed Chicago-based improv ensemble the Reckoning. Recent directing projects include productions at The Second City (LA & Chicago), Spoleto Fringe (Charleston, SC), Comedy Central Stage (LA), Upright Citizens’ Brigade Theaters (NYC & LA), and Neil LaBute’s reasons to be pretty at UC San Diego. In Fall 2011, Eric was a Guest Faculty member at UC San Diego's Department of Theatre & Dance, where he also directed The Thugs by Adam Bock. Eric teaches in Los Angeles at Steppenwolf Classes West, Warner Loughlin Studios, Improv Olympic West, is a private acting coach to beginning actors and celebrities alike, and for the past five years has taught as a Guest Artist at California State University's annual Summer Arts program.
He is a proud alumnus of The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and a native tarheel.

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.