The 5 Foundations of Improv
Free teleclass Jan. 7th, 2014
Does improv seem like a big mystery?
Improvisation may seem like a mysterious “talent” that some people have, and others don’t.
But it’s really just a set of skills.
Skills that can be broken down.
Skills that can be taught.
Skills that anyone – including you – can learn.
But first, you have to know what they are.
So join me for a free teleclass, The 5 Foundations of Improvisation
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- The 5 core skills you need to improvise
- 10 ways to start building those skills today
- Why you should make friends with your safety moves, not fight them
- Why drawing a blank and frantically “scribbling” are actually the same thing – and how to stop
- How to put the “elegant” in “simple but elegant” dancing
We’ll also have some discussion time, so you can ask me your questions.
I’ll also tell you how you can get my personal help with improvisation – with a special just for listeners.
This free call will take place on Tuesday, January 7th, at 8pm Eastern Time.
(see this in your own time zone)
You can attend by phone or Skype, or listen on the web.
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This event is over, but you haven’t missed out! You can download the recording now.
(Or just watch the replay online.)
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How to download the materials:
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(There’s no need to right-click or double-click. A single left click will save the file to your default downloads folder.)
If you have trouble downloading:
Drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org.
(Be sure to let me know which operating system and browser you’re using, and what happens when you try to download it.)
Resources mentioned on the call:
3) The Improvisation Safety Net
Get personal improvisation coaching from me, from anywhere in the world!
Begins Monday, January 13th. But listen to the teleclass before you sign up – there’s a special upgrade just for listeners! (But it’s only good through January 11th, 2014, so don’t wait to listen!.)
Know anyone struggling with improvisation?
Tweet them a link to the recording!