SOLO SKETCH with Mark Kendall

This workshop is an introduction to applying sketch comedy structure to solo performance. Using writing drills, video clips and improv exercises, you will come away with tools to generate solo material. Learn how to turn your unique point of view into dynamic, funny solo pieces.

When: 5 Saturdays, beginning 2/16/19
Time: 12pm-3pm
Cost: $150
Prerequisite: None


Mark Kendall is an Atlanta-based comedian. He is an ensemble member at Dad’s Garage Theatre. His one man show, “The Magic Negro and Other Blackness” was produced by the Alliance Theatre and he continues to tour the show around the country. For his work with the show, he was awarded “Best Professional Funny Man” by Creative Loafing Atlanta in 2015. Mark studied film at Northwestern University. He worked at Comedy Central through the Chris Rock Summer School Program for up and coming comedy writers of color. During his time at Comedy Central, he got to pitch jokes to the writing staffs of “The Daily Show” and “The Colbert Report.”

Workshop: Viewpoints For Improvisors: Physical Exploration

“I want to be more comfortable with my body on stage.”
“I want to react to what’s in the scene and get out of my head.”
“I want to have fun!”

This workshop is for you!

“Come work with The Viewpoints, a technique adapted for stage acting by Anne Bogart. An improvisational system that trains performers to use their body in time and space to create meaning. They provide a vocabulary for thinking about and acting upon movement and gesture. We will make offers, accept offers, extend moments (such as repeating a gesture or a shape) and advance the scene.”

We will train our senses and sense of play as well as build an ensemble.

Come play with us!

When: SAT 2/23/19
Time: 12pm-4pm
Cost: $35
Prerequisite: Lvl 1 or equivalent
Jessica Young

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