It’s a weekend of “Improvising as an Actor.”
This time with a show!
Improvisation director/teacher/actor David Razowsky feels that “all improvisation is acting,” and has seen great changes when an “improviser” starts to think and act as an “actor who improvises.” This weekend intensive (Saturday, 6/22 and continuing on Sunday, 6/23) is focused on getting the actor to organically become comfortable developing a character within a given set of circumstances. Actors will be taught how to effortlessly create instant relationships, compelling points of view, strong character choices, and exciting and natural scenarios. Actors who have worked with Razowsky call his approach “compelling,” “gratifying,” “simple,” and “exciting.” Once you’re exposed to this, you won’t let go.
This workshop will be followed by a one-hour performance on Sunday where David will join the cast of his workshop, showing the actors firsthand how his methodology works on stage. His focus, openness, and vivid imagination take the players to places they’ve never been before. This is a rare opportunity to perform with one of improv’s legendary actors.
This workshop is sold out.