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Saturday (5/25) Drop-In with Charlie Nicholson
Every Saturday, one of The Magnet's top performers hosts an ongoing drop-in session. Whether you are looking to play with new improvisors, get some reps in between classes or just brush up on your fundamentals, the Saturday Drop-In is the perfect place to be.
Charlie was born during the Blizzard of 1989 in the small town of Pomfret, Connecticut. He loves Star Wars, puzzles, tomatoes, and cats. If you want to impress him, mention Ray Bradbury in passing. A proud Story Pirate, he's an alumnus of Vassar College and he works as Education Fellow at the New York Public Library! In addition to teaching and performing at the Magnet, Charlie runs Improv-for-Beginners and Improv-for-Actors workshops in high schools, libraries, film academies, bachelorre parties, graduation ceremonies, weddings, haunted houses, and baby showers all across the 5 boroughs and beyond.
Charlie has studied comedy at the Magnet Theater and UCB, but he really got cookin' with THE LIMIT back at Vassar in the early '10s. He spends his leisure time drawing, sleeping, and giving directions.
New York acting highlights include; The Ginsberg Project (Alchemical Theater), Height of Success (Secret Theater), Ambrosia (Manhattan Rep), The Disastrous Tale of Vera and Linus (Kipuka Theater/Salem Art Works) and Drag/Stein (Target Margin/Bushwick Starr).
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Full Session Schedule
May 25, 2019, 12:00pm - 2:00pm
at The Magnet Training Center
(22 West 32nd Street, bet. Broadway and 5th Ave., 10th floor)
- This class does not include a performance.