Flocking: An Opening and An ExerciseWORKSHOP
"Flocking" is an exercise in which several improvisers take turns playing the same character. See how we can use this as an effective opening in an online show, and see how the exercise can help your improv characters be more dynamic and fun.
Wed Jan 20, 2021 11am-1pm (PDT)
$40 USD, 8 (of 8) enrolled
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About Michelle Gilliam: Michelle Gilliam is a voice actor and improviser. She has been involved in the improv comedy scene for over 20 years. Michelle has had the pleasure of performing all over the country and being immersed in the Milwaukee, Chicago, and Boston improv scenes, which gives her a unique and well-rounded perspective. Michelle currently coaches, teaches, and performs in Milwaukee, WI. Michelle is also the owner of Improv MKE LLC, and is passionate about connecting the global improv community through online and in-person classes, workshops, skill-based drop ins, and jams. A few fun facts about Michelle: She sang at Carnegie Hall when she was 15 years old, and her grandfather, Clarence W. Gilliam, invented the chemical formula for glow sticks, or chemiluminescence.
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- You'll get an address in your enrollment email. Online classes are on Zoom.
- LATE DROP POLICY: If drop less than 12 hours before start of class, we will ask that you still pay for the class.