DCM Workshops for 2017


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DCM Workshops for 2017

Postby kevhines » Mon May 22, 2017 2:40 pm

Here are the DCM workshops that are going to be offered this year!
Most are from 6/22 (Wednesday) through 6/24 (Saturday) but there are a few others as well.

All workshops are $55.

Please read the prerequisites for each class. These workshops are non-refundable

An out of town performer is someone who has NOT taken a UCB Class (in NY or LA) and is listed on the DCM schedule as being in a show. If you are not listed on the schedule then you are not a performer. So make sure you are listed for the shows you are performing in (or at least one of them)

If you are a student of the UCB school, you must be enrolled in (or have completed) the course that is listed with each workshop. Most pre-reqs are being enrolled in or have completed Improv 201, but some are higher.

These workshops are aimed at specific skills, concepts, or forms, so even if you have advanced beyond the pre-req, you should still get a lot out of the course.

There are a few sketch workshops and a few character writing workshops. They will require you to write in class or bring in written material

These will go on sale after Memorial Day. Erik will put them online in batches and later this week (5/22-5/26) will post a schedule for when they will go on sale. So follow @UCBClassesNYC and check back here for more information.

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**Monday 3:30-6:30pm (June 19th)**

Serious Comedic Acting with James III

This workshop focuses on truthful acting in comedic circumstances. Using theatrical acting techniques, you'll learn to bring comedic scripted material to life. Stanislavsky, Meisner, Hagen, Shakespeare meets Besser, Walsh, Roberts, and Poehler. Send a headshot and resume and a scene/sketch will be assigned

Pre-req: Completed or currently enrolled in Improv 201 or out-of town performer.

https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/14981

Perform with Anyone with Kevin Hines

A great improviser can do scenes with anyone. Good improvisers, bad improvisers, silly improvisers, non-improvisers. In this workshop will work with a bag of tools to help you have the flexibility to be great.

Pre-req: Completed or currently enrolled in Improv 201 or out-of town performer.

https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/14980



**Wednesday 3:30-6:30pm (June 21st)**

Get on Your Feet! with Chelsea Clarke

You're gonna do so many scenes. Only sidecoaching. Get up and make it happen!

Pre-req: Completed or currently enrolled in Improv 201 or out-of town performer.

https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/14979

Getting to Premise from Scratch Quickly with Erik Tanouye

This workshop will focus on finding a premise fast when you're starting a scene off a one-word suggestion (with no opening). We'll focus on ways to get there fast if you don't have the freedom to wait 2-3 minutes for something unusual to happen naturally. But we won't be forcing unusual things to happen. Just doing what we can to find that premise faster.

Pre-req: Completed or currently enrolled in Improv 201 or out-of town performer.

https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/14993

Shoot from the Hip with Lou Gonzalez

Sometimes a character in a scene will say or do something that bothers you the improviser. This workshop is about being able to call out bullshit but still be able to maintain the fun in the scene.

Pre-req: Completed or currently enrolled in Improv 301 or out-of town performer.

https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/14991

The Spokane with Ben Rameaka

The Spokane! This long form will allow you the pleasure of immediate gratification. Through gifting, listening and support you can see character development appear before your eyes using tag outs, cut toe, and cut backs all built around a central narrative. The Spokane (sometimes called the Delicate Flower, sometimes the Family Guy) is a long form structure that travels in real time along a single scene while cutting to (and cutting back from) various specifics about certain characters as we learn more about them through the original scene. Imagine the hub of a wheel with several spokes extending from it. The form allows us to see and do exactly what we are talking about while continually returning to a grounded scene that facilitates more and funnier behavior.

Pre-req: Completed or currently enrolled in Improv 401 or out-of town performer.

https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/14992

60 Scenes!! with Kevin Hines

The best way to get better at performing improv is by doing a lot of scenes. In this class the goal will be to run 60 scenes. (note: Kevin has never gotten 60 scenes while running this class. The best he's gotten is 49, but he hopes to get more this time. He refuses to change the name.) Minimal notes, slight side coaching - but lots of reps. We'll discuss any trends I see and you'll get comfortable playing short strong scenes and work at avoiding early pitfalls.


Pre-req: Completed or currently enrolled in Improv 301 or out-of town performer.

https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/14988

Character Writing/Performing Class:
Write 3 Characters Today with Chrissy Shackelford

Write 3 Characters Today - In this workshop, using quick improv exercises, students will write, perform, and get notes on three original characters.

Pre-req: Completed or currently enrolled in Sketch 101, Improv 201 or out-of town performer.

https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/15023

Sketch Writing Class:
Learn to Love The Rope with Geoff Garlock

Tragedy+time=comedy or so they say. So let's put that to the test. A workshop where the focus is trying to write comedy about the painful things that have happened in our lives (breakups, divorce, depression, death in the family etc). Let's try to make hilarity out of the shit mountain that is life.

Students should bring one sketch that is based on something real/sad that they are trying to tap into.

Pre-req: Completed or currently enrolled in Sketch 101 or out-of town performer.

https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/14990

Sketch Writing Class:
Introduction to UCB-Style Sketch Writing with Beth Appel

Learn the basics of Upright Citizens Brigade-style sketch comedy writing (including core concepts, vocabulary, and simple formatting), with a focus on using "game" to turn your funny ideas into sketch ideas. Every student will leave with (at least) the first page of a brand new sketch. No preparation or previous writing/comedy experience necessary!

Pre-req: Don't be a Jerk! (but No Previous Sketch Writing Experience Required)

https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/14989



**Wednesday 7-10pm (June 21st)**

The Straightman Workshop with Achilles Stamatelaky

This workshop will teach you how to play yourself and react honestly while still keeping the scene alive with fun, top of your intelligence moves. Perfect for improvisers who get stuck in argument, players who constantly find themselves playing weird unjustified characters, and everyone in between.

Pre-req: Completed or currently enrolled in Improv 201 or out-of town performer.

https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/14967

Maximizing Monoscene with Michael Delaney

This workshop will focus on the monoscene form with one of it's original architects, Michael Delaney from the Swarm. We will explore techniques which build a successful monoscene and how to make the form more effortless and effective.

Pre-req: Completed or currently enrolled in Improv 401 or out-of town performer.

https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/14996

Base Reality Workshop with Nicole Drespel

In this class we'll work on re-visiting and ENJOYING the base reality part of scenes, making sure games have an interesting and believable who, what, where to rest on.

Pre-req: Completed or currently enrolled in Improv 201 or out-of town performer.

https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/14997

Saying Yes As Hard As You Can with Zack Willis

We all know not to deny stuff in improv, but that's not always the same as really saying yes to something as hard as you can. In this workshop, we'll work on making the 'hard yes' part of our reflexes in order to up the level of agreement in our scenes.

Pre-req: Completed or currently enrolled in Improv 201 or out-of town performer.

https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/14998

Word Ball with Ryan Karels

Especially worthwhile for coaches and teachers, learn the best/weirdest* exercise to train active listening, practice heightening and force teams to get on the same page. As a bonus, we'll apply the fundamentals of word ball to make the most efficient* scene painting openings ever.

*Ryan can't guarantee his claims but he's pretty sure they're true

Pre-req: Completed or currently enrolled in Improv 401 or out-of town performer.

https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/14999

Commitment Workshop with Carrie McCrossen

Commitment, commitment, commitment. We will spend this workshop doubling down on our own ideas and those of our partners, diving into our characters and games with all of our energy. No one will walk out of this looking cool. We will all be un-ironically attached.

Pre-req: Completed or currently enrolled in Improv 401 or out-of town performer.

https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/15000

Unleash Your Monster with James Dwyer

Do you play low energy often? Do you find that you cannot meet your scene partners at their level of intensity? Do you want to play more boldly? This workshop is designed to help you access that extra spark currently missing from your scene work.

Pre-req: Completed or currently enrolled in Improv 201 or out-of town performer.

https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/15001

Character Writing/Performing Class:
Crack That Character with Caitlin Bitzegaio

In this workshop students will perform a character that's been challenging them as a writer-performer. It's the idea you just can't quit even when directors, friends, and audiences tell you you should. It's a funny idea you just can't make it work -- yet. Caitlin will crack! that! character!

Bring in a character and we'll devise a strategy to get it on the right track. (Don't bring in a character that people have told you is offensive. Just take that note.)


Pre-req: Completed or currently enrolled in Improv 201, Sketch 101, or Char 101 OR out-of town performer.

https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/14995

Sketch Writing Class:
Introduction to UCB-Style Sketch Writing with Beth Appel

Learn the basics of Upright Citizens Brigade-style sketch comedy writing (including core concepts, vocabulary, and simple formatting), with a focus on using "game" to turn your funny ideas into sketch ideas. Every student will leave with (at least) the first page of a brand new sketch. No preparation or previous writing/comedy experience necessary!

Pre-req: Don't be a Jerk! (but No Previous Sketch Writing Experience Required)

https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/14989



**Thursday 3:30-6:30pm (June 22nd)**

Saying Yes As Hard As You Can with Zack Willis

We all know not to deny stuff in improv, but that's not always the same as really saying yes to something as hard as you can. In this workshop, we'll work on making the 'hard yes' part of our reflexes in order to up the level of agreement in our scenes.

Pre-req: Completed or currently enrolled in Improv 201 or out-of town performer.

https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/15002

Own Your Weird with James Dwyer

In this workshop you'll learn to build character-based games that are supported by a strong point of view. You want to play the weirdo? Great. Now we're just going to push ourselves to be the weirdos that acknowledge and own their weird behavior.

Pre-req: Completed or currently enrolled in Improv 201 or out-of town performer.

https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/15005

EVENTE with Ben Rameaka

Learn the form the Evente as performed by Airwolf at UCBTNY. Starting with a big event at the top of your show, flash backwards in time, fully exploring all the offers in that first scene until returning to the original source scene as the uproarious conclusion of your set.

Pre-req: Completed or currently enrolled in Improv 401 or out-of town performer.

https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/15006

Intro to Musical Improv with Eric Gersen

In this workshop, students will learn the basics of musical improv: how to take a single suggestion and turn it into a complete song. You will learn the components of songs and various simple structures that musical improvisers use, including the tagline structure and the verse/chorus structure. By the end, everyone will be able to sing a fully improvised song!

Pre-req: Completed or currently enrolled in Improv 201 or out-of town performer.

https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/15007

Character Writing/Performing Class:
Character Writing: Instant Deadline with Justin Tyler

Sick of putting off writing your own scripted characters? Take this workshop and get started. Come with ideas and leave with your own original character piece. Characters Welcome

Pre-req: Completed or currently enrolled in Improv 201, Sketch 101, Char 101 OR out-of town performer.

https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/15004

Sketch Writing Class:
Do You Think This is Funny? with Geoff Garlock

This workshop will focus on making sure you think your sketches are funny and finding games that excite you!

Students should bring a completed sketch to the first class.

Pre-req: Completed or currently enrolled in Sketch 101 or out-of town performer.

https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/15003



**Thursday 7-10pm (June 22nd)**

Accept Offers with Will Hines

Accept Offers - Get more out of yes-ands. Become amazing at unpacking everything given to you by the previous line.

Pre-req: Completed or currently enrolled in Improv 201 or out-of town performer.

https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/15008

Saying Yes As Hard As You Can with Zack Willis

We all know not to deny stuff in improv, but that's not always the same as really saying yes to something as hard as you can. In this workshop, we'll work on making the 'hard yes' part of our reflexes in order to up the level of agreement in our scenes.

Pre-req: Completed or currently enrolled in Improv 201 or out-of town performer.

https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/15009

What's Your Deal? with Sarah Claspell

Ever had a fun first beat but don't know what to do for your second? I bet it's because you don't truly know what your character is all about. In this workshop we'll delve into identifying character point of view so that game is easy and you can think of a hundred second beat ideas easily.


Pre-req: Completed or currently enrolled in Improv 201 or out-of town performer.

https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/15011

Introduction to Musical Improv with Tara Copeland

Always wanted to try musical improv? Here's your chance! You don't have to be able to sing, just willing to sing.

Pre-req: Completed or currently enrolled in Improv 201 or out-of town performer.

https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/15012

Genre Monoscenes with Nicole Drespel

Tired of monoscenes that take place in stores and break rooms? In this class we'll work on monoscenes that conjure a specific, cool, fun world for the base reality and then find original games to play in that world

Pre-req: Completed or currently enrolled in Improv 401 or out-of town performer.

https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/15013

Basic Bitch with Chelsea Clarke

Regular scenework, just for girlz.

(Chelsea spent a long time coming up with this description.)

Pre-req: Completed or currently enrolled in Improv 201 or out-of town performer.

https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/15014

Pride Workshop with Lou Gonzalez

These straight people think they're cute having an improv festival during pride week. This workshop is about celebrating yourself and doubling down on your point of view in scenes. Afterwards we will definitely go to a gay bar.

This workshop is for people in the LGBTQIA community but Allies are welcome to attend.

Pre-req: Completed or currently enrolled in Improv 201 or out-of town performer.

https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/15015

AUSSIE RULES IMPROV with Ryan Karels

As Australian Rules Football is to every other fucking game played with an oblong ball, Aussie Rules Improv is to the normal improv we do stateside. Through guided scenework, learn the challenge and joy of this unique style. In Aussie Rules you literally cannot say 'no.' Everybody knows each other, even if you haven't met before, and everything has a nickname. Any disagreement can be resolved over a beer, and the only arguments are two "mates" "taking the piss" out of each other. There are no worries because Australian healthcare is ace. Enjoy cultural appropriation at its most constructive. (No fake accents or caricatures allowed.)

Pre-req: Completed or currently enrolled in Improv 201 or out-of town performer.

https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/15016

Sketch Writing Class:
The Turn with Georgie Aldaco

You have a great sketch idea, you love it, you're two pages in and then... you hit a wall. Game-wise it feels like you've got nowhere left to go. But you do! Take an unexpected, hold onto your hats, wild outta left field turn. When you veer off the road you sometimes find the most interesting part of the journey. In this workshop, students will bring a sketch they feel like they've played out and we'll work together to find a great turn that'll surprise, tickle and kill the audience.

Pre-req: Completed or currently enrolled in Sketch 101 or out-of town performer.

https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/15010

Sketch Writing Class:
Play/Pause with Stephanie Bencin

After a brief overview of various scopes of parody from the wide view (broad archetypes like gangsters) to the extreme closeup (parodying a specific scene, like Dear Sister), we dive in and see how many different games we can come up with as we screen a genre film. Anytime an idea comes, we'll pause, and figure out alternative beats for the game.

Pre-req: Completed or currently enrolled in Sketch 101 or out-of town performer.

https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/15037



**Friday 1-4pm (June 23rd)**

Accept Offers with Will Hines

Accept Offers - Get more out of yes-ands. Become amazing at unpacking everything given to you by the previous line.

Pre-req: Completed or currently enrolled in Improv 201 or out-of town performer.

https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/15019

Improvising is Acting with Michael Delaney

Are you an improvisor who wants to sharpen their acting, or an actor who wants to sharpen their improvising? This workshop will explore how basic acting techniques are wholly complementary to comedy and improvisation.

Pre-req: Completed or currently enrolled in Improv 201 or out-of town performer.

https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/15018

Controlled Chaos with Zeke Nicholson

Many improv scenes and sets can be technically correct, yet still somehow suffer from not being dynamic enough. This workshop will focus on methods to introduce a little bit of chaos into your scene work, making unexpected and bold choices that keep the improviser ahead of the audience, and foster a greater sense of play. It's important to be able to stay on the rails, but it's also important to jump out of the cart and fall down the mountain every now and again.

Pre-req: Completed or currently enrolled in Improv 201 or out-of town performer.

https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/15020

Everything is a Song with Tara Copeland

Let's see how many songs we can fit into three hours. We will talk about musical energy and how to create scenes and characters where everything they say could possibly be a song (and in this workshop, IS a song!)

(Some musical experience is recommended)
Pre-req: Completed or currently enrolled in Improv 201 or out-of town performer.

https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/15021

Getting to The Real Why with Ronnie Adrian

Ever think after a scene "I gave a justification, why did that scene suck?" This workshop will help you push past the initial why and get you to the real why of the scene. Leading you to easier more fun games to play.

Pre-req: Completed or currently enrolled in Improv 201 or out-of town performer.

https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/15022

Real Door Monoscene with Kevin Hines

In this class we will perform the Real Door Monoscene - a super fun form that takes the monoscene and makes the entrances and exits real. So the performers never know what's happened on stage when they aren't out there. They weren't in the room to hear anything. It's really fun. Then we'll briefly talk about what you can learn from this.

Pre-req: Completed or currently enrolled in Improv 401 or out-of town performer.

https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/15024

Start Strong with Sarah Claspell

This workshop will focus on initiating strong off the opening so you can hit the ground running with your game, as well as concise second beat initiations and walk ons that give you more time to play that fun, clear game.

Pre-req: Completed or currently enrolled in Improv 201 or out-of town performer.

https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/15025

Respect Reality to Highlight Absurdity with Jake Regal

This workshop focuses on playing with a top-of-your-intelligence understanding of the scene's what, where, and especially who, to make the game pop more for both yourself and the audience. We'll deal with scenes as grounded as two people on a first date at a coffee shop to scenes about two aliens riding on a speedboat for the first time. Every scene has a reality to respect!

Pre-req: Completed or currently enrolled in Improv 201 or out-of town performer.

https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/15026

Keep It Simple, Ya Doofus with Josh Simpson

This workshop will show you ways to focus up at the top of your scenes so you can have more fun in the back half of your scenes. Sorry for calling you a doofus.

Pre-req: Completed or currently enrolled in Improv 201 or out-of town performer.

https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/15027

Sketch Writing Class:
Clarify Your Game with Geoff Garlock

This workshop will focus on clarifying the games of your sketches. Get them tight, on the first page, and heightened.

Pre-req: Completed or currently enrolled in Sketch 101 or out-of town performer.

https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/15017



**Saturday 12-3pm (June 24th)**

Basic Comedic Storytelling with Zeke Nicholson

This workshop is geared toward deriving humorous, relatable, true-to-life material to begin crafting a usable storytelling piece. The class will do exercises to unearth interesting nuggets from our lives, and then help identify which of our experiences might be fruitful source material for further polishing. Whether you have an interest in creating an autobiographical one-person show, are an improviser looking to flex a different muscle, or just a fan of The Moth podcast, this will be fun and not scary I promise

Pre-req: Completed or currently enrolled in Improv 201 or out-of town performer.

https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/15028

Peaz in a Pod with Abra Tabak

In this workshop we will focus on creating scenes in which we choose to agree with our scene partner and still have fun and exciting scenes. Students will learn how to keep scenes moving without adding unnecessary conflict. Abra will side coach and provide notes throughout.

Pre-req: Completed or currently enrolled in Improv 201 or out-of town performer.

https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/15029

Character Writing/Performing Class:
POC Character Jamboree with James III

This workshop combines improv and comedy writing techniques to develop funny, three-dimensional, true to life solo characters and impressions monologues. Aimed at students of diverse backgrounds. Bring the stuff you think people won't get.


Pre-req: Completed or currently enrolled in Improv 201, Sketch 101, Char 101 OR out-of town performer.
Aimed at students of diverse backgrounds.

https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/15030

Character Writing/Performing Class:
Real, Funny Characters with Jon Bander

This workshop will help students create character pieces that focus not only on the game side of a character, but also on creating a believable, even lovable person through which to tell these awesome jokes. Students will bring in pre-written characters (or at least pitches) that will be fleshed out through in-class analysis and improv exercises focused on grounding, realism, and justification through emotion and point-of-view. Students will also view and discuss sketch/character examples and identify the grounding that makes them successful. If you want to build hilarious characters that are also people you actually like, this is the class for you.


Pre-req: Completed ANY UCB class OR out-of town performer.
Aimed at students of diverse backgrounds.

https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/15036



**Saturday 3:30-6:30pm (June 24th)**

Keep It Simple, Ya Doofus with Josh Simpson

This workshop will show you ways to focus up at the top of your scenes so you can have more fun in the back half of your scenes. Sorry for calling you a doofus.

Pre-req: Completed or currently enrolled in Improv 201 or out-of town performer.

https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/15031

Second Beats Are Fun with Abra Tabak

In this workshop you will learn how to identify what is actually the most fun thing in a first beat and then explore it in a way that you're genuinely excited to do a second beat. Abra will side coach and provide notes throughout.

Pre-req: Completed or currently enrolled in Improv 201 or out-of town performer.

https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/15032

Better Walk Ons with Carrie McCrossen

This workshop is geared toward strengthening/clarifying your walk-ons and support moves. We will work on identifying the game clearly and finding ways to make game moves through support. "Walk on, walk on, what you got they can't steal it, no they can't even feel it." -U2

Pre-req: Completed or currently enrolled in Improv 201 or out-of town performer.

https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/15033

Character Writing/Performing Class:
Creating Characters!!! with Leslie Meisel

Stuck creating your own material? Here you will work on any ideas you have and/or also create new ones! Through exercises, improv and pitching ideas you will begin to get on the path to creating original and exciting characters.

Pre-req: Completed or currently enrolled in Improv 201 or out-of town performer.

https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/15034



**Monday 7-10pm (June 26th)**

Accept Offers with Will Hines

Accept Offers - Get more out of yes-ands. Become amazing at unpacking everything given to you by the previous line.

Pre-req: Completed or currently enrolled in Improv 201 or out-of town performer.

https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/14978
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Re: DCM Workshops for 2017

Postby tanouye » Thu May 25, 2017 9:20 pm

Hi everyone,

Here is when these workshops will be posted online.

**Monday 3:30-6:30pm (June 19th)**
Serious Comedic Acting with James III: https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/14981
Perform with Anyone with Kevin Hines: https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/14980
These workshops will go online Tuesday May 30 between 2:30-3:00pm

**Wednesday 3:30-6:30pm (June 21st)**
Get on Your Feet! with Chelsea Clarke: https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/14979
Getting to Premise from Scratch Quickly with Erik Tanouye: https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/14993
Shoot from the Hip with Lou Gonzalez: https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/14991
The Spokane with Ben Rameaka: https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/14992
60 Scenes!! with Kevin Hines: https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/14988
Write 3 Characters Today with Chrissy Shackelford: https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/15023
Learn to Love The Rope with Geoff Garlock https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/14990
Introduction to UCB-Style Sketch Writing with Beth Appel: https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/14989
These workshops will go online Tuesday May 30 between 3:00-3:40pm


**Wednesday 7-10pm (June 21st)**
The Straightman Workshop with Achilles Stamatelaky: https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/14967
Maximizing Monoscene with Michael Delaney: https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/14996
Base Reality Workshop with Nicole Drespel: https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/14997
Saying Yes As Hard As You Can with Zack Willis: https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/14998
Word Ball with Ryan Karels: https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/14999
Commitment Workshop with Carrie McCrossen: https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/15000
Unleash Your Monster with James Dwyer: https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/15001
Crack That Character with Caitlin Bitzegaio: https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/14995
Introduction to UCB-Style Sketch Writing with Beth Appel: https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/14994
These workshops will go online Wednesday May 31 between 6:30-7:30pm


**Thursday 3:30-6:30pm (June 22nd)**
Saying Yes As Hard As You Can with Zack Willis: https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/15002
Own Your Weird with James Dwyer: https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/15005
EVENTE with Ben Rameaka: https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/15006
Intro to Musical Improv with Eric Gersen: https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/15007
Character Writing: Instant Deadline with Justin Tyler: https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/15004
Do You Think This is Funny? with Geoff Garlock: https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/15003
These workshops will go online Thursday June 1 between 3:30-4:30pm


**Thursday 7-10pm (June 22nd)**
Accept Offers with Will Hines: https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... prov/15008
Saying Yes As Hard As You Can with Zack Willis: https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... prov/15009
What's Your Deal? with Sarah Claspell: https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... prov/15011
Introduction to Musical Improv with Tara Copeland: https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... prov/15012
Genre Monoscenes with Nicole Drespel: https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... prov/15013
Basic Bitch with Chelsea Clarke: https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... prov/15014
Pride Workshop with Lou Gonzalez: https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... prov/15015
AUSSIE RULES IMPROV with Ryan Karels: https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... prov/15016
The Turn with Georgie Aldaco: https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... prov/15010
Play/Pause with Stephanie Bencin: https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... prov/15037
These workshops will go online Thursday June 1 between 6:00-7:00pm


**Friday 1-4pm (June 23rd)**
Accept Offers with Will Hines: https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/15021
Improvising is Acting with Michael Delaney: https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/15018
Everything is a Song with Tara Copeland: https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/15021
Getting to The Real Why with Ronnie Adrian: https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/15022
Real Door Monoscene with Kevin Hines: https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/15024
Start Strong with Sarah Claspell: https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/15025
Respect Reality to Highlight Absurdity with Jake Regal: https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/15026
Keep It Simple, Ya Doofus with Josh Simpson: https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/15027
Clarify Your Game with Geoff Garlock: https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/15017
These workshops will go online Friday June 2 between 2:00-3:00pm


**Saturday 12-3pm (June 24th)**
Basic Comedic Storytelling with Zeke Nicholson: https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/15028
Peaz in a Pod with Abra Tabak: https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/15029
POC Character Jamboree with James III: https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/15030
Real, Funny Characters with Jon Bander: https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/15036
These workshops will go online Wednesday May 31 between 6:00-6:30pm


**Saturday 3:30-6:30pm (June 24th)**
Keep It Simple, Ya Doofus with Josh Simpson: https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/15031
Second Beats Are Fun with Abra Tabak: https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/15032
Better Walk Ons with Carrie McCrossen: https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/15033
Creating Characters!!! with Leslie Meisel: https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... tive/15034
These workshops will go online Wednesday May 31 between 7:30-8:30pm


**Monday 7-10pm (June 26th)**
Accept Offers with Will Hines: https://newyork.ucbtrainingcenter.com/c ... prov/14978
This workshop will go online Thursday June 1 between 6:00-7:00pm
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Re: DCM Workshops for 2017

Postby glasshfull » Thu May 25, 2017 11:49 pm

I'm not currently in an Improv 201 course but starting one on June 28th. Would I qualify for these workshops? Thanks.
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Re: DCM Workshops for 2017

Postby tanouye » Fri May 26, 2017 2:31 pm

glasshfull wrote:I'm not currently in an Improv 201 course but starting one on June 28th. Would I qualify for these workshops? Thanks.


No, your Improv 201 would need to be in session when the workshop takes place.

Sorry!
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