This workshop will up your commitment game in your scenes. The ability to “hit the gas” and commit to what’s going on in your scene is the skill that separates good improv from great improv. This workshop will use tons of scene work exercises and will focus on; identifying the choices we subconsciously make in improv, committing to your scenes even if you have no idea what’s going on, and finding new ways to heighten by recommitting to your choices. Oh yeah, and it will be a lot of fun!
Andy Livengood wandered into an improv theatre to see a friend’s show and became hooked for life. He is a graduate of the Theatre 99 training program (Charleston, SC) and has studied at the Upright Citizen’s Brigade Theatre (NY) and The Annoyance Theatre (Chicago).
For over a decade he regularly performed and taught at Theatre 99. He was voted Charleston’s Best Comic and has written for the sketch comedy groups Maximum Brain Squad and This is Chucktown. His one man show, The Christmas will be Televised, was voted Best Play in Charleston in 2011 and has been performed in theaters all over the south east.
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