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Newsletter Monday March 14, 2022, 2:36am - by seantaylor

Featured *In-Person* Classes
Armando Diaz & Charlie Nicholson

Improv Level 1 (in-person)

Sundays (4/3) @6pm

Dennis Pacheco

Improv Level 1 (in-person)

Mondays (4/4) @6pm

Armando Diaz & Billy Soco

Improv Level 2 (in-person)

Sundays (4/3) @4pm

Jamie Rivera

Improv Level 2 (in-person)

Mondays (4/4) @6pm

Nick Kanellis

Improv Level 2 (in-person)

Tuesdays (4/5) @1pm

Louis Kornfeld

Improv Level 3 (in-person)

Wednesdays (4/13) @6pm

Forms: Advanced Harold (in-person)

Thursdays (4/28) @6pm

Featured *Online* Offerings
Megan Gray

Improv Level One (online)

Thursdays (4/21) @8pm

Amanda Xeller

Wild Card Moves (online)

Wednesdays (4/6) @7pm

Blackouts and Runners (online)

Tuesdays (4/12) @7pm

Robert Weinstein

Building Character (Online)

Mondays (4/11) @7pm

TJ Mannix

On-Camera Auditioning for TV and Film (online)

Wednesdays (3/30) @7pm

Elana Fishbein

Story Scene Story Scene (online)

Tuesdays (3/15) @6:30pm

Armando Diaz

Sketch Writing Level 1 (online)

Mondays (4/4) @7pm

Rich Talarico

Join Rich at a Free Meet & Greet Q&A ahead of his Intro to TV Writing class (online)

Sunday (3/27) @4pm

And visit our Electives page often to see new offerings regurlarly
Ask an Improviser

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

Performer Evan Forde Barden
Magnet Theater
"The best lesson I ever learned in improv was to "just have dinner." I had a bad habit during rehearsal scenes of checking in with my coach to see if they liked what I was doing. It would drive them nuts! My attention was not on the scene, but the response I was getting for my performance. Repeatedly, my coach made me do scenes where the setting was a dinner date and I was told to just have dinner the way a real human would: focus on your date, enjoy your food, share pieces of yourself, etc. Find the funny on stage, not in the audience."

Check out Evan Forde Barden in Bodywork as part of Megawatt or in The Friday Night Sh*w