IMPROV: Beginning - Level 1
 
Instructor:  Kent Skov
Session: 10/03/2017 - 10/24/2017

4 Weeks
Showcase Date: TBD
Class Time(s): 7:30PM - 10:30PM
Class Duration: 3 Hours
Location: Flappers Satellite - LA Connection Comedy Theatre
3435 W Magnolia Blvd, Burbank, CA 91505
Cost: $125.00EnrollBuy Now
This fun, high energy class will teach you the basics of improv comedy. You will learn how to be fully present in the moment, think on your feet, and work together with others to create your scenes from a suggestion. This class is an excellent confidence builder and aids in trusting yourself as well as your choices. You will leave the course with a new-found appreciation for yourself, and feel more relaxed and comfortable in any stage, audition, or life situation.

Taught in association with the legendary L.A. Connection Comedy Theatre, this class is taught in an ongoing format, meeting once per week for 2-3 hours, depending on class size. Students beginning at Level 1 will be eligible to perform in monthly improv shows, held at the L.A. Connection Comedy Theatre in Burbank, once they have completed their first six consecutive weekly classes. Our improv classes run from Beginning - Level 1 all the way through Advanced - Level 7; students wishing to begin at a level higher than Beginning - Level 1 MUST schedule an audition first before permission to attend high level classes will be granted. Students interested in auditioning for higher level classes may request to schedule an audition by emailing classes@flapperscomedy.com.

Ladies please no skirts or high heel shoes. Comfy clothes, people.
Instructor
Kent Skov

Dave & Kent Improv Group LA Connection

Kent Skov founded the LA Comedy Connection Theatre in 1977, where he has trained numerous legendary comedy performers, including Will Ferrell, Matthew Perry, Mindy Sterling, Jon Lovitz, Chris Kattan, Hank Azaria, and many more. Skov was a member of the Committee in San Francisco where he worked with Del Close. Skov has worked with Second City founder Paul Sills and Academy Award directors Marty Pasetta, Lou Horvitz and Don Mischner. Skov worked on many late night variety shows including Dolly Parton, Rick Dees and Alan Thicke. Skov was the mastermind behind the cult hit dubbing series Mad Movies that ran for 7 years on Nick at Night, MTV and syndication. Skov was nominated for a Cable Ace award for "Best Comedy Special" on A&E network. Skov has had deals with Dick Clark, Syfy, Fox, Disney, Universal, ABC, NBC, A&E and MGM to name a few.
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