Level 1 Improv Tuesdays – May 30th to July 18th (6:30pm-8:30pm)

$250.00

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You’ve thought about it, you’ve talked about it, and now you are HERE!

Welcome to Level 1 Improv, this course is an introduction to the basics of how to perform “long-form improv” comedy, a unique art form where you’ll learn to create live comedy on the spot with your scene partners. While Improv classes are great for actors/comedians looking to stretch a new creative muscle, you will also find that a a good mix of people take Level 1 Improv to feel more confident pubic speaking, to work on active listening, and to meet new friends.

No matter your performance experience or your ultimate goal, this class is a great way to try something fun, new, and exciting in a supportive group environment. Our thoroughly taught Improv skills will transfer past class and into your personal and professional life.

Skills such as…

  • Being in the present moment
  • Creating on the spot
  • Supporting everyone’s ideas
  • Listening before responding

The course will be held at the theater located at Fallout Theater (616 Lavaca St) in downtown Austin and will consist of 8 weekly classes from 6:30pm-8:30pm starting Monday May 29th to July 17th, followed by a Sunday night recital show for your friends and family at the end of the course. Students who complete Improv Level 1 are eligible to enroll in Improv Level 2.

*Tuition is $250, and is due by the first day of class. Payment plans are available where students pay the first 1/2 of tuition by the 1st class, and the second 1/2 by the 4th class. If you would like to inquire about a payment plan please email conservatory@fallouttheater.com.
** Refunds can be requested <em>only</em> after the first class.
***This class is limited to 10 students and is intended for ages 17 and up

Have questions about the class? Feel free to shoot an e-mail to conservatory@fallouttheater.com.

This session’s class will be taught by: Megan Hobgood

Meg Hobgood is a graduate of Northeastern State University of Louisiana. Here she was apart of her university’s improv troupe, Out on a Limb. Since graduating she has appeared in Austin Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream, and Twelfth Night. Meg has also made her film debut in Insane Like Me? Meg is happy to be here!