Whether you’re trying improv for the first time, or are a professional actor looking to add to your repertoire of skills – Improv Asylum can help you achieve your goals.
Our philosophy on improvisation is simple: we teach you the essentials of good scene work. By learning the essential tools that lead to good scene work, students can apply them to whatever style of improv, acting or writing that they so choose. We emphasize confident choices and unfailing support of your scene partner. And we do this in an environment that is above all fun and accessible to all experience levels.
WHY TAKE IMPROV CLASSES WITH IMPROV ASYLUM?
- To learn how to think faster
- To be a better, more confident public speaker
- To tap into your comedic voice
- To think more creatively
- To perform better in auditions
- To work with top improv professionals with years of experience
- To laugh and have fun
Email us if you have questions about our Training Center and how it can help you reach your personal goals.
This 9-week class is an introduction to improvisational techniques and skills. An emphasis is placed on working in a group, working with a scene partner while learning to share the space, and basic scene structure. Students will leave Level 1 with a strong understanding of the concept of “Yes, and,” object work, and physical movement on stage.
The class culminates with a mini-performance of all of the skills learned throughout Level 1 in front of your invited guests on the final day of class.
Level 1 will be taught by Main Stage cast member, Trevor Livingston.
Mondays, 6:00pm - 8:00pm
1/21/19 - 3/18/19 | $325
Mondays, 8:00pm - 10:00pm
1/21/19 - 3/18/19 | $325
Level 1 Instructor
Trevor was born on Cape Cod and moved to Boston to study acting and writing at Suffolk University in 2006. Trevor spent the next eight years traveling around North America performing improv and sketch comedy with his award-winning college improv troupe and with the critically-acclaimed Improv Asylum Boston cast. In 2014 Trevor took his talents and student loan debt to the Big Apple where he performs in the shows Simply Unemloyable, Angry Landlord, and Small Talk. You can also check him out playing obnoxious football fans on TheKicker.com or really showing his range as a Jock in the “80’s Bullies” Geico commercial. Follow him on Twitter @hoagiejr because that is what all the kids are doing. Trevor thanks you, his sister Alex, and his mom and dad (an even better twitter follow @hoagie64) and hopes you enjoy the show.