April 22, 2011

Teen Improv Class

Exploring the identity of an improv scene, story arch, plot circle and where YOU, as an improviser, fits into it. This class will go in-depth into the creative aspect of improv scenes, what make them work and function.

Camille Balzotti will be teaching the class:

Camille Balzotti has been a Jester’Z regular performer and teacher for 4 years, and enjoys working with students of all persuasions and experiences. Camille graduated with a B.A. in Philosophy from Arizona State University, and currently works as a Realtor and part-time Appraisal Assistant. Camille’s acting credits include Supporting roles in short films, and a principle role in a national Volkswagon of Canada commerical. Camille believes that Improv Builds the foundation of self-esteem by teaching everyone that creative ideas – what you think, say and do in a scene – is 100% valid and worthy of full support.

Starts: October 1st 2012
Session Length: 10 weeks
Day & Time: Monday 4:30 – 630pm
Age Requirement: 12 – 17
Tuition: $250 ($50 non-refundable deposit)
Class includes 1 showcase

Register for the class below: