Improv Workshop with “Princeton New Money A$$ Clowns”
Come learn improv from the amazing-super-witty-fun guys from Chicago!!!
“Princeton New Money A$$ Clowns” will be leading workshops in Anchorage for one weekend only!
September 27th (Friday) “Keep it Simple Buddy” 1-4 pm
September 28th (Saturday Morning )“Thought Wizards”10am-1pm
September 28th (Saturday Afternoon)“Play the person, not the plot” 2-5pm
Cost: $50 per session or $120 for all three (Best Value!)
Louis Saunders is honored to be playing along side his fellow ass-clowns. He has been performing long-form improv in Chicago since 2005. He enjoys performing with his other improv teams Revolver , Pudding-Thank-You, Rainbow Deli, Boyish and Felt. Oh, and he also coaches the CIC team Susan.
Louis’ Workshop: “Keep it Simple Buddy”. (September 27th Friday 1-4 pm) We will work on spending more time in those wonderful simple moments in any improv scene. The result is the reduction Invention and addition of texture to your improv soup.
Jorin Garguilo began improvising at ComedyWorx (formerly ComedySportz-Raleigh) in 1991. After moving in Chicago in 2004, he has played, coached, and taught at several theaters around the city and country, including performance in Chicago with the CIC house team Rainbow Deli and the iO house team Revolver. He hosts a mostly weekly podcast, The Department of Promethean Science, in which he and a guest improvise and discuss a scene based on surprise suggestions from listeners.
Jorin’s Workshop: “Thought Wizards” (September 28th Saturday Morning 10am-1pm) The exercise encourages players to focus on making bold, adventurous choices as a way to lead groups in discovery, and to recognize the necessity of committed support from the other performers to make those decisions real, believable, and powerful.
Farrell Walsh is the Artistic Director of CIC Theater in Chicago and a member of the CIC house ensemble Rainbow Deli. He is also a performer and instructor at the iO Theater, where he performs with Revolver, The Scene, and Dinner Bell. He studied at both iO and The Annoyance Theater.
Farrell Workshop: “Play the person, not the plot” (September 28th Saturday Afternoon 2pm-5pm) 2 exercises to get you initiating from an honest emotional base, and responding to the character presented, rather than the plot.