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The End with Kimberly MacLean (#06-1949)

The End
Tuesday, 7:00 – 10:00 PM

June 17, 2014
Bayfront Theater, San Francisco

Schedule: One session
Class date: June 17
Class length: 3 hours
Tuition: $45
Prerequisite: Foundation 3 and above 

Hey there, prospective students!  You know that awkward moment when it seems like you should be at the end of a scene, but somehow find yourselves circling the landing over and over, unable to end?  The scene goes on and on until a horn is honked, an arm is feverishly waved, or the lights just tentatively fade down.  

When we started discussing my teaching of a class, my fellow improvisers and instructors started pointing to my knack for ending scenes with a button that is comical while it gently and logically ended the scene.  By looking at the story arc and your own style of improv, let’s spread the gift of ending scenes at their conclusion. 

And we’ll talk a little Scooby Doo while we’re at it. Seriously.  


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