All Kinds of Yes!

Newsletter Sunday December 5, 2021, 2:06am - by seantaylor

We're honored to be nominated as a "Favorite Theater" for TimeOut's 2021 Love Local Awards. Vote for us!
Big Sib Program Relaunch

We are looking for exceptional students, improvisers and members of the Magnet Community. Want to be a Big Sib?

We are excited to announce that the Circuit is back, live and in-person! For info on how to apply visit this link.
DEADLINE: Fri, Dec 10th
We're also excited to announce that the Musical Circuit is back too! For info on how to apply visit this link.
DEADLINE: Sun, Dec 12th
This Thursday (yes, Magnet now has shows on Thursdays!) three teams debut at the inaugural Sketch Circuit reserve your ticket here!
*NEW* Classes
No experience? No problem.

Free Intro to Improv (online)

Thursday (12/16) @8pm

Rick Andrews
Improv Level One (in-person)

Sundays (1/30) @2pm

Elana Fishbein

Online Improv for Teens (Ages 13-17)

Saturdays (1/8) @4pm

Other Upcoming Classes
Nick Kanellis

Improv Level Two (In-Person)

Tuesdays (1/25) @1pm

Michael Lutton
Improv Level One

Mondays (1/10) @3:30pm

Wednesdays (1/12) @3:30pm

Stacy Gallo & Phil Cassese

Pop-Up Drop-In a 75 Minute Commercial Improv Audition Intensive (online)

Tuesday (12/14) @11am ET

Upcoming In-Person Musical Classes
Jacob Horn & Frank Spitznagel

Musical Improv Level One

Sundays (1/16) @2:30pm

Nikita Burdein & Frank Spitznagel

Musical Improv Level One

Saturdays (1/22) @2:30pm

Musical Improv Level Two

Saturdays (1/22) @12pm

Michael Lutton & Frank Spitznagel

Musical Improv Level Three

Sundays (1/16) @12pm

Upcoming Online Offerings
Megan Gray

Improv Level One (online)

Thursdays (1/13) @8pm

Improv Level Two (online)

Wednesdays (1/5) @8pm

Ross Taylor

Improv Level Three (online)

Thursdays (1/6) @7pm

Armando Diaz & Johnathan Ross

Sketch Writing Level Two (Online)

Thursdays (1/13) @7pm

Ask an Improviser

"What is the most important improv lesson you ever learned?"

Performer Justin Anderson
Magnet Theater
"When saying 'yes' to your scene partner try to say yes in as many ways as possible. It’s obviously best to believe that what your scene partner says is true. But beyond that it can be helpful to believe your scene partner is sincere, that they meant to say this thing to you, and that the way they said is important. This is why scenes where people like each other are so much easier, there’s an underlying 'yes, these two people SHOULD be hanging out!' The more ways you say yes, the more supported your scene partner will feel and the more momentum your scene will have."

Check out Justin Anderson in ADX and in Good & Evil at Megawatt