with Landon Kirksey
Saturday, July 20, 2:30-4:30pm
We’ll explore how short-form games can enhance our long-form play. Whether you’ve done short form, long form or no form at all, everyone will be able to jump in and start having more fun in scenes faster by using games to access our emotions and better discover point-of-view. Together we will ultimately CONQUER IMPROV FOREVER…ish.
Landon Kirksey is an improviser, actor and writer based in Los Angeles. Starting his improv life at The Second City in Chicago, he has gone on to perform on many stages across the country over the last eighteen years, including ImprovOlympic, The Pit, UCB, The Groundlings, and Mi’s Westside Comedy Theater where he is currently a cast member and serves as core faculty. His sketches have been featured on Comedy Central and he’s proud to hold the record of co-writing the second longest running show in Second City Hollywood history. Yes, that’s totally a record and it counts. He is passionate about teaching improvisation and has done so at theaters and for corporate clients for over a decade.
$40 / 2 hours / Limited Space / **Class held at the Hideout Theatre (617 Congress Ave)