Regular Fee:$250.00
Student Fee:$195.00
Availibilty:Class is limited to 14 students. Only 3 spots left.
Registration:Registration for this class is closed.
Start Date:Monday, July 1, 2013 @ 9:30 am


IMPROV 101/201 INTENSIVE will focus on the basics of comedy improvisation: team-building, trust, speed, status, active listening, agreement, and Game of the Scene. You will learn to be fearless and have fun on stage using the DSI approach to improv comedy.

No comedy or theater experience necessary.

101/201 INTENSIVE runs from 10am until 4pm MONDAY thru THURSDAY. FRIDAY class ends at 1PM.

THIS IS AN INTENSIVE CLASS — Intensive classes are a great way to get through our training program in a shorter period of time without sacrificing any in-class time.

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Class Dates and Times*

Mon, Jul 01, 2013 9:30 am DSI Comedy Theater
Tue, Jul 02, 2013 9:30 am DSI Comedy Theater
Wed, Jul 03, 2013 9:30 am DSI Comedy Theater
Thu, Jul 04, 2013 9:30 am DSI Comedy Theater
Fri, Jul 05, 2013 9:30 am DSI Comedy Theater

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

Instructor: Brandon Holmes

Brandon Holmes

Brandon was first given a taste of the art of improvisational comedy when he tried out for the then-newly-formed improv troupe at his alma mater, Presbyterian College. He made it! And loved every minute of it! Then, in August of 2010, after having graduated college and moved to Raleigh to figure life out, Brandon signed up for Improv 101 at DSI and has been hooked since. He's studied under Zach Ward, Paula Pazderka, and Jeremy McDonald and currently performs on the Improv SLAM cast and with the Harold team Cannon Factory, as well as the show Three Dollar Bill.

When not improvising at DSI, Brandon is either driving from Durham to DSI to do some improvising, making sandwiches or coffee drinks (for pay), playing with his beloved dog Miso, or having deep and intellectual conversations with his many interesting friends.

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.