Taking an Improv class is a great way to become more spontaneous, less self-conscious, and have fun. You can expect to improve your acting, public speaking or social skills. Get out of your comfort zone by playing short form, quick-fire Improv games, in a supportive, free-wheeling environment.
The workshop will focus on storytelling and point-of-view by honoring every piece of information. Sudden, energized agreeing is the act of eliminating distractions, being vulnerable, and emotional connection with each other. The scenic platform (Who, Where, Action and Emotion) allows us to make use of our own personal tools, listen well, and participate as much or as little as our comfort dictates and have a great time!
About the Instructor
Rick Horner is an Army veteran and improviser in suburban Philadelphia. Rick founded the improv incubator, a weekly evening of improv for improvisers and actors in the area to meet up, get connected, and play. Rick is an Advisory Board member for The Collective Success Network, on the Workshop Development Team for the Global Play Brigade, and currently serves as the Ensemble Director for Bright Invention. Rick studied at The Second City Training Center in Chicago and trained with influential teachers such as Keith Johnstone, Joe Bill, Ali Farahnakian, Ari Voukydis and Matt Besser of the Upright Citizens Brigade, David Razowsky, Michael Gellman, Deana Creiss and Liz Allen, among others.