Get Your Mixer Fix!

Newsletter Monday March 1, 2021, 12:23am - by seantaylor

MARCH of the Mixers!
Get your improv reps in at the free Magnet Mixer today (Saturday 3/13) at 6pm. Around 5:30pm we will share the sign up sheet and the Zoom link to this community page
Musical mixer
Hosted by Vegas Lounge Legend Trudy Carmichael with music by Frankie Keys, the Magnet Musical Mixer is back...virtually! Sign-up here and perform on Saturday, March 27th at 6pm ET
Ross Taylor

Improv Level One

Saturdays (3/6) @4pm

Improv Level Two

Wednesdays (4/21) @7pm

Improv Level Three

Saturdays (4/24) @4pm

Michael Lutton

Improv Level One

Thursdays (4/8) @6:30pm

Level 4 Forms: The Mono-scene

Saturdays (3/27) @3pm

Armando Diaz

Sketch Writing Level One

Thursdays (3/4) @7:00pm

No experience? No problem.

Free Intro to Storytelling

Wednesday (3/3) @7pm

Adam Wade


Mondays (3/8) @7pm

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

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

Performer Harvey Chipkin
Harvey Chipkin
1. Where are you sheltering?

My house in Bloomfield NJ. Not a bad place to be – there are great parks and it’s a nice place to walk.

2. How are you staying sane?

Lots of Zoomprov – Magnet and more. Of course, it’s not the same but it’s surprising how much you can do. Also a lot of walks with my wife, Janet, when we keep tabs on the neighborhood dogs. Also, Netflix – and snacking. I’m good for a snack at least every two hours.

3. What do you miss most?

I miss the training center of course. The hallways were a great place to hang out – especially the couches in the back – always somebody to see. And I missed Magnet Camp where I went the last three years. And Woorijip’s steam table. Who knows when we’ll ever get to see a steam table again? I generally miss NYC where I grew up and usually spend a lot of time.

4. What don't you miss?

Late trains back to NJ, Penn Station, too-busy days (except when days are too un-busy).

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

I hope everybody tried to stay connected through this – in classes, on social media, whatever. If not, there’s still time to try to do that. This has been crazy but some people found good things in it – time to find new hobbies, to read, to think. I don’t know if any of that will last after we get back to “normal,” but maybe a little bit. Mostly, I know we’ll be back together somewhere – hopefully the theater, maybe a new training center. I look forward to it.