Improv for everyone will be taught by Erick Westphal

Posted in Member News, Theater and Dance

February 10, 2014

Learn the skills of Theater Improv Games beginning 6:30 to 8 p.m., Wednesday, Feb. 26 and continuing for six weeks until April 2. Classes will be taught in the style of TV’s “Whose Line is it Anyway” and Whidbey’s Comedy Island, in safe, fun and entertaining sessions at the Whidbey Island Community Education Center (WICEC).

Want to perform on stage? You’ll learn to: Use your body and voice to create interesting characters. Make your scene partner look good by saying yes to all offers. Make choices that keep the scene alive. Make objects and locations come alive out of thin air.

Want to play life whole-heartedly? You’ll learn to: Resiliently roll with life’s punches. Risk…and learn to fail gloriously. Discover the rewards of being more spontaneous.

This course is for novices and those who want to hone their skills. No prior stage experience is necessary. If you want to play or perform with Comedy Island, this course is a pre-requisite.

Instructor, Erick Westphal can be reached at wolfcateagle@gmail.com. The fee is $95, or $65 if repeating the class,. For registration, go to http://wicec.us/workshops-and-classes.html

 

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