Learn the basics of an improv form, including openings, how and when to edit a scene, callbacks, tagouts, and way more!
This 6 week course introduces students to long-form style improvisation, which is thematic, narrative-focused, and character driven. This level teaches students a structured format that delves into many of the essential elements of long-form such as openings, game, edits, tag-outs, beats, call-backs, etc. We use the Harold long-form as a teaching tool as we believe that students who learn this form will be stronger in all other formats. In addition to the specific qualities of the Harold, students will continue to focus on patient moment-to-moment scene work. By the end of the 6 weeks, students will be able to perform a cohesive form in front of an audience!