Playhouse is proud to present IMPROV MASTER CLASS WITH THE AMAZING CLAIRE ZICK! Register today for these amazing opportunities AND if you sign up for both, receive $5 off the total registration fee! For additional information, please contact Director of Education, Jill Zarcone!
Status plays a key role in scene interactions. Keith Johnstone thought playing with status transformed scene work, made scenes more authentic and actors more observant. This improv master class will explore the concept of status, play with status shifting, and identify players' own tendencies towards low and high status characters. For intermediate to advanced improvisers, students will leave this class understanding how status can be used to add depth to both characters and scene work.
Ages 18 and up
Thursday, April 13th, 7:00-9:30pm
Location: 224 Ecospace, 224 Farmington Ave, Hartford, CT
Registration: $30, Walk-in (day of): $35
Teaching Artist: Claire Zick
Classes are held at the 224 Ecospace facility on Farmington Avenue in Hartford. See directions here.
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Claire Zick has been performing, teaching, directing and producing improv for over 20 years. She is originally from Seattle where she was an ensemble member at Unexpected Productions and performed weekly in Seattle Theatresports™ and long-form shows. Now based in Connecticut, Claire produces, directs and performs in shows as Hot Cocco Productions including audience favorites CT Cage Match, Spoken, Campfire and A(n Improvised) Christmas Carol. She is known for her mastery of long-form narrative and has a reputation as an expert teacher who helps groups and individuals breakthrough to their next level. She has studied and performed improv with Ryan Stiles, Armando Diaz, Randy Dixon, Ed Herbstman, Keith Johnstone and Mick Napier.