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Art House Productions, Inc.

Improv at Art House with Ronny Pascale

$250.00
  • Improv at Art House with Ronny Pascale
  • Improv at Art House with Ronny Pascale

Art House Productions, Inc.

Improv at Art House with Ronny Pascale

$250.00
6-Week Improv Class at Art House Productions
September 25th - October 30th
(Tuesdays for 6 weeks)
7pm-9pm
$250

REGISTER HERE

Have you ever watched an improv show and thought “that looks fun BUT I’m too afraid to ever do something like that!”? We have just the class for you. Improv at Art House with Ronny Pascale is geared towards the absolute beginner. That’s right; NO experience necessary. The focus of this class will be on getting out of our own head, being present in the moment, and letting go of self judgement while playing short form improv games. You’ll be back to your child-like self again in no time.

This class is perfect for everyone: beginners, socially awkward misfits, non-actors looking for a silly new hobby, actors looking to get more comfortable on stage, moms looking to expand their Holiday card mailing list, dads looking to workshop their new cheesy jokes, grandparents who want to tell everyone how proud they are, anxious millennials (we’ll teach you to put down your phone).


ABOUT THE TEACHER:
Ronny Pascale is a comedy writer, producer and improver from Connecticut. He formerly was the Associate Artistic Director of The Peoples Improv Theater (PIT), where he was the producer for NYC Improv Fest, NYC Sketch Fest, and many comedy shows. Ronny is a freelance contributor for Funny or Die's Pitch app and currently is a light and sound tech around town, mostly at The PIT and Brooklyn Comedy Collective.