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Monday Evening Exercises & Improvisational Scene Work Build Character • Touch photo for more

It Makes A Difference

Commitment • Monday JULY 16th • Improvisational Scene Work “I took a hard look at myself as an actor and finally admitted that in all these years I was never truly doing the work. And if I am going to continue to be immortalized in them then I decided I must commit to...

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Waves of Play

BE FREE TO PLAY • Monday JULY 2nd • Improvised Scene Work "It's a great playground, you know, to try things out and to work on your skills. Because the mandate of improv is kind of the same as acting: It's all about your scene partner, it's all about being present and...

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Are You A New Breed?

6 Line Dialogue Scenes • Monday MAY 21st • Improvisational Work "It's a great playground, you know, to try things out and to work on your skills. Because the mandate of improv is kind of the same as acting: It's all about your scene partner, it's all about being...

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Emotionally Loaded

• Uncork Yourself •  Monday APRIL 16th Improvised Scene Work "Actors forget that their choices need to read on camera, even if the sound is off. Their performance should be able to be watched with the mute button on, and still read as driven and emotionally loaded....

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Character Shine Up

• Break Rank • Monday March 26th  Improvised Scene Work “Success is not due to spontaneous combustion. You have to set yourself on fire.” ~ Lots Of People • Do it Different • Break Rank From Your Usual "Persona" 2-3-4 person scenes where your point of view is not like...

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Let go.

• Break Free • Monday March 19th Improvised Scene Work “We worry that we aren’t going to have an honest discovery, so we make up stories. Or if we actually manage to have a real discovery, we worry that our reaction to that discovery isn’t going to be enough.” ~...

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Kay LaVergne Jaz

Kay LaVergne Jaz

Educator

Improvisational Acting Workshops

No matter what we “do” it’s all based on 100% commitment with …”active listening and breath awareness”.

Some of the themes we emphasize:

  • Mining Emotional Truth
  • Character Outing
  • Narrative 
  • Specificity Exercises

 

 

WHERE
Phinney Sandbox
6701 Greenwood Ave N.
Seattle, WA 98103
Across from Red Mill Burgers
DATES & TIMES
Mondays
7 – 10 pm
COST
$20 cash or check
CLASS SIZE
up to 12 max
PARKING
Free street

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