Learn new skills, have more fun!
That's right, it's all the fun of summer camp, but for adults, and with minimal time commitment!
This Saturday, learn how professional improvisers create and honor realistic scenes, environments and objects. Object work and scene painting is an important skill in improv, with the best improvisers and performers able to immerse the audience into fully realized settings.
Object work not only helps create setting, it also helps to build more cohesive characters. Overall, object work undeniably makes for stronger, better improv, in all its forms.
Whether you're new to the art of improv or a seasoned vet, this class is designed to augment your skills and ensure that your next set is full of extra magic.
Spots are limited. Register to claim yours today!
ABOUT YOUR INSTRUCTOR
Katie Drown is a member of local improv comedy groups TBD: the Improvised Musical and ROT, where you can catch her most weekends at ShadowboxLive's Backstage Bistro or The Nest Theater. Katie has been performing for audiences since she was four years old, and started her improv career at the Ohio State University in 2011. Katie wants to make the Columbus improv scene a more "object-work-friendly" community. Improve your improv this summer with Katie Drown!