Two Games, One Scene

Location: Online

Sun Feb 25 1pm-3pm (PST)
Sun Mar 3 1pm-3pm
Sun Mar 10 1pm-3pm
Sun Mar 17 1pm-3pm

$180 USD, 9 (of 9) enrolled

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Class Description: You can rest the game by returning to the environment or some other part of the base reality. But what if you rest the game with another game?

Or, say you're actively in the scene's game. What about when something better comes along? If it's good enough do you shift the game? Or is it a new game entirely?

You found a shiny object, good on you! Now play with it just like a raccoon who discovers a shiny nickel. Learn to notice the new shiny object, make the call and chase it in a way that suits the scene best.

You'll rest the game and find something new to play for a while before jumping back to the original game. Or shift the game to something new to make the scene even better. Either way: two games, one scene.

This is an advanced level class, but Mike has your back.
Teacher: Mike McLendon

About Mike McLendon: Actor, comedian, and writer of short bios, Mike McLendon has coached over a dozen house and Harold teams at UCB, iO, Second City, and The Westside Comedy Theater. He's also led improv workshops across the U.S. and internationally including stops in China, Japan, and Australia. You can catch Mike performing around Los Angeles in How I Met Your Sitcom and with the *ahem* legendary improv team Outside Dog.

How This Works

  • You'll get an address in your enrollment email. Online classes are on Zoom.
  • REFUND POLICY: Full refund if you drop 24 hours before start of class. Class credit within 24 hours of class starting. No refunds after class begins.