JILL BERNARD - Fireball Theory

IMPROV: JILL BERNARD - Fireball Theory

Regular Fee:$60.00
Student Fee:$45.00
Availibilty:Class is limited to 18 students. Only 9 spots left.
Registration:Registration for this class is closed.
Start Date:Saturday, October 23, 2010 @ 11:00 am

THE FIREBALL THEORY

This workshop presents Jill Bernard's Fireball Theory and offers exercises to help you improvise faster and harder than you can judge yourself. You will learn to metaphorically hit the scene running and outrun the explosion of self-loathing and doubt like an action movie hero outruns a fireball thus defying the laws of physics. Please wear closed toe shoes to this workshop.

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FIREBALL THEORY starts promptly at 11AM and runs until 2PM.

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Class Dates and Times*

Sat, Oct 23, 2010 11:00 am DSI Comedy Theater

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

Instructor: Jill Bernard

Jill Bernard

Jill Bernard has been performing with ComedySportz-Twin Cities since 1993, and is also a founding member of HUGE Theater. Her one-woman improv piece, Drum Machine, has been featured at the Chicago Improv Festival, the Toronto Improv Jamboree, the Miami Improv Festival, Philadelphia Improv Festival, and the ComedySportz National Tournament, among others. She has taught and performed improv in Norway, Canada, and over thirty of these United States, in cities that include Juneau, AK; Spokane and Seattle, WA; Washington DC; Bowling Green, KY; Phoenix, AZ; and also on an episode of MTV “Made.”

She is one-half of the duo SCRAM with Joe Bill of the Annoyance Theater. An Artistic Associate of the Chicago Improv Festival, she has studied at the Annoyance Theater, Improv Olympic, the Brave New Workshop and other organizations; and is the recipient of the 2005 Chicago Improv Festival Avery Schreiber Ambassador of Improv Award, and the 2007 Miami Improv Festival award for Best Solo Show.

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.