ONE DAY: Check Your Set! Video Review w/ Dave Reinitz
Instructor:  Dave Reinitz
Class: Burbank Comedy Festival WORKSHOP: Check Your Set! Video Review with Dave Reinitz
Class Dates : Sat‑08/19/2017
Showcase Date: TBD
Class Time(s): 12:00PM - 3:00PM
Class Duration: 3 Hours
Location: Flappers Comedy University - Waldorf Room
118 E. Magnolia Blvd, Burbank, Ca 91502
Cost: $49.00EnrollBuy Now
You've written the jokes... you performed at the club... but exactly how did that last show go? Is there something you could be doing better? Wish you could get feedback on your performance from the club management, so you can take the material you have and push it to the next level?

In this unique workshop aimed at experienced comedians, Flappers Comedy Club co-founder Dave Reinitz sits down to explore and review YOUR material - live in class! You submit your latest video performance, and we'll watch it in class to help you get feedback from your fellow students, break down your material, identify possible trouble areas in both your structure and stage presence, and give you some thoughts on how your sets may be coming across to both the audience AND the comedy clubs!

Seating is EXTREMELY limited; reserve your spot today!

(PLEASE NOTE: All students should be prepared with EITHER a link to a video performance on YouTube, OR a DVD of their performance that can be played for review the day of class.)
Dave Reinitz

This American Life BBC Travel Channel KPFK

Dave´s unique perspective and sarcasm gives us a hilarious hour of stand-up comedy that won´t soon be forgotten. Taking nothing for granted Dave challenges "normal" beliefs and expectations. He finds humor wherever common sense is in jeopardy, such as the prescription drug industry, in ordering a simple cup of coffee and genetically engineered food "of course the bugs won´t eat it , it taste like crap". Like a modern day minimalist Robin Hood, Dave steels small things from big companies, not just to get even but to feel even. Well-traveled and semi educated, Dave appeals to the smart and silly sides of the audience. Raised by 1960s radicals in upstate New York, Dave lists George Carlin, Bill Maher, and John Stewart as artistic influences.