SRO Theater Presents:
**This is a stand-alone class - you do NOT need to have taken any previous classes.
The SRO acting class series continues this spring with more Improv! Improvisation is one of the core techniques used by actors to help develop characters, communication, and confidence on stage. Fun Comedic, dramatic and long-form Improv games and exercises help actors stretch their imaginations and become more creative. You do not have to have taken the first class to join in the fun!
Saturdays, 10 am -1:00 April 6 - May 11
Performance night: Friday, May 17th
Class fee: $120 Reserve your space now!
Get your tickets at https://improvpartdeux.bpt.me
For more information or with questions:
Facebook: Private Message to "SRO Theater" page.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or
Call: (856) 67-STAGE
Director: Drew Doyle (click here for his bio!)
Produced by Kellie Petersen
Drew Doyle moved to the NW three years ago from Southern California where he worked in professional theater for more than a decade. He has been involved with touring Shakespeare educational programs through The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey as well as all over Southern California. He has a B.A. in Theatre from Pomona College in Claremont, CA. While in college he studied abroad in England with the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts. He has directed radio shows, Shakespeare in the Park class series and Loves Labours Lost, as well as the most recent Improv class with SRO and was a cast member of last years The Mousetrap. He has also worked with Olympia Little Theater, Olympia Family Theater, and the Animal Fire Theatre.