Newsletter Friday February 5, 2021, 11:38am - by seantaylor

Q&A with Rich Talarico!
Register for free Q&A session with Rich Talarico
Guest Instructor Rich Talarico (Dasariski, Second City, iO) discusses improv, his upcoming workshop and anything in between.

Thursday, February 11th at 6pm ET - RSVP HERE

Ross Taylor
Improv Level One
Saturdays @4pm (3/6)
Megan Gray

Improv Level One

Mondays (3/15) @8pm

Nick Kanellis

Improv Level Two

Saturdays (3/6) @1pm

Elana Fishbein

Improv Level Two

Tuesdays (3/9) @7:30pm

Improv for Teens
Tuesdays (2/23) @4pm
Saturdays (2/27) @4pm

Louis Kornfeld

Improv Level Three Wednesdays (3/3) @6pm

Forms: Narrative Skills Tuesdays (3/2) @6pm

And visit our Electives page often to see new offerings regurlarly
Remember Me?

Magnet visits with people we haven't seen in awhile.

Student / Performer Sammee Leigh
Sammee Leigh
1. Where are you sheltering?

In my studio apartment in Queens.

2. How are you staying sane?

Define sane...

For me, it’s about offering myself grace and kindness; not day to day but moment by moment. Some helpful things have been:

- Yoga and meditation (so clutch!)
- Tending to my 60+ plants (I basically brought the outside inside)
- Virtually performing with my indie team HEMLOCK (these ladies are rad, @HEMLOCKimprov)
- my, cat Yanga (she has her own IG page @hello_yanga) <~~~ Again, define sane.

3. What do you miss most?

Huuuugggsss, in-person improv classes / shows / the Wednesday mixer, traveling and going out to eat with friends.

4. What don't you miss?

Hustle culture: Running all over the city, being busy but not necessarily productive and being sleep-deprived. I’ve embraced a more relaxed way of living and creating. I’m so grateful for that.

5. What do you want to say to the other members of the Magnet community?

Laughter is essential and community matters, even if it’s virtual. I host a weekly short-form improv jam and YOU are welcome!