Int & Advanced Student Testimonials
Intermediate and Advanced/Student Testimonials
Instructor: Dave Reinitz
“The Class Pushed My Comic Mind & Tightened my Set. Great to have Pro Feedback on My Set”
“Dave is a great teacher. He really opens up your eyes to the world of comedy in all aspects!”
“Very constructive comments. I was made aware of things I was unaware of”
Instructor: Dave Reinitz & Barbara Holliday
“I was hesitant to take this class at first but it ended up being the best thing that could have happened to me. I feel so fortunate to have had this opportunity to really get a chance to break it all (comedy) down. This class exceeded my expectations” Christina Thomas
Marketing & Promoting Testimonials
Mon Apr 30th 2012
I really appreciated that Barbara gave us so much information and stayed one hour after the workshop to speak to us personally. It was great to finally meet you yesterday. I am sure I will see you around the club soon.
Thanks again, Elizabeth Collins
It was a pleasure meeting you and attending both of your seminars today.
The information you presented was informative and insightful. Certainly much to consider.
Looking forward to the next time.
Best, Yvette Fernandez
From: William Perron
Sent: Sunday, July 19, 2009 10:53 AM
To: Barbara Holliday
Subject: Thank you. Breaking Into the College Market
Barbara, I can not even begin to tell you how much your session yesterday opened my mind about where and how I am going in my performing career. I was so very impressed with how far you have come and how professional and knowledgeable you are. You have a very easy and yet still quite commanding presence that immediately sets people at ease while continuously holding their attention.
You made me realize that for way to long I have been settling for a lot less than my abilities can generate.
I have been so focused on the show part of show business that I have almost totally ignored the business and marketing aspects of show "business". I have spent countless hours in improv classes learning both the Groundlings and Second City comedy techniques, been in acting and scene study classes, magicians seminars learning new tricks, even won a few comedy and magic awards in various contests. When you mentioned how the college audiences really like to be a part of, and get involved with the performers show, that one comment removed any reservations I would have had about being successful with the college crowd. Audience participation has always been the strongest part of my act and is the most fun for me and my audience.
I really want to get into the college shows circuit. Do you have something like a consulting service where someone pays you a fee, then shows you their propaganda and you tell them what stinks, what to keep, what to change, how to improve what they have, etc.
Thanks again, Bill Perron
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