For those of you who have questions about scheduling for upcoming classes, here are some pointers for getting a helpful response:Ask about specific date/times and levels.
The calendar is too big for me to provide a schedule of ALL upcoming courses. But I can pretty easily tell you when a specific class is scheduled to end and whether the same class will be offered then. For example:
Specific - "When does the next section of the Thursday night 201 course start?"
That's a question I could answer quickly and easily. (To find out what courses currently exist, check this page: http://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/courses/calendar
You can see the in-session classes on the left and the upcoming courses on the right.)
Vague - "Are there going to be any 201s starting up soon?"
Probably, but I'm not able to compile a list of all of them. Also, some are starting soon but sold out. Others might not fit your schedule. I'll probably just tell you to check the website.
Added Note: I can only answer about two timeslots or so at a time because I am flipping through my calendar and checking on the schedule, then remembering the answers and posting them here. If you ask for more than two, I will probably have to start writing things down and then it becomes a project that takes up too much time.Make your subject specific, too.
This will help other people. If you're asking about a Thursday night 201 course, call your post "Upcoming Thursday night 201 schedule" or something like that. That way someone else with the same question can read it. Don't call it "201 Question" because that's vague.Don't send me a private message unless it's a personal matter.
If it's just a question about class scheduling, please post it here in case other people have the same question. But do feel free to send a private message if it's something you don't want to share with the entire message boards.
Also, feel free to apply the above guidelines to your improv scene work and your sketches.