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Performing Improvised Star Trek (#18-01-2654)

Performing Improvised Star Trek

Thursdays, 7:00 – 10:00 PM

 

January 18 – March 8, 2017
Bayfront Theater, San Francisco

Class Time/Dates: 7-10 pm on Thursdays
January 18-March 8
Performance dates: March 1st (open workshop performance) and March 11th
Schedule: 8 sessions; once a week for six weeks and two performances (see above)
Class size: 10 students maximum
Class length: 3 hours (24 hours total)
Prerequisite: Coach and dean approval REQUIRED before registering; contact regina@improv.org with questions or to confirm eligibility.

 

Want to explore the universe of Star Trek and perform it in a long form? Then beam on over, this class is for you! In this class you will learn how to improvise long form Star Trek (with more of a focus on the Original Series) and have two performances, one in class and one on Sunday, March 11th.

We will cover many aspects of Star Trek – life on board a starship and in the universe of Star Trek, ranks and relationships including comfortably portraying the Captain all the way down to Crewman #2, alien planets, ship battles, mastering improvising the science and technology while feeling calm and confident. You do not have to be an expert in Star Trek to take this class.

We will work together as an ensemble in a safe, supportive, fun environment with whatever knowledge we’ve got and we don’t have to get it “right.” Come play and let’s Boldly Go Where No One Has Gone Before!

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