Level 306: Ensemble and Performance

Level 306: Ensemble and Performance

You have mastered the fundamentals of improv and scene work and you understand the basics of long form improv – so what next? Now it’s time to become a member of an ensemble and rehearse long form formats specifically to perform shows in front of a general audience.  In this level you still receive individual notes for your personal development while you also discover how to be a member of a tight knit team to create amazing shows spontaneously for a live audience. This level allows you to experience the magic of long form improv including edits, beats, and game.  This class will feature two performance opportunities in front of an audience.  Prerequisites: Level 101, Level 201, and at least one other 300-Level class.

10292467_10154545547295527_3228844339468182986_nTi Coleman LOVES teaching improv and does a lot of it! Ti teaches Introduction to Longform, Advanced Short Form, and Ensemble & Performance for BIG University, as well as facilitate applied improv workshops with BIG’s corporate training corps. Ti also performs assemblies and workshops in Baltimore City Schools as a member of BIG’s Young Audiences of Maryland team. As a community artist in residence with MICA’s CAC Americorps program, Ti teaches improv, sketch writing and storytelling in after school programs, summer camps, libraries and rec centers. Ti is a founding member of the BIG special project, Minority Re’port, BIG house troupe Lekker, and has featured at improv festivals in Chicago, New York, DC, and Philadelphia.

  • Dates: 7 Wednesdays, May 10 – June 21 (7-9pm) + 1 Student Showcase, on Monday June 26th (Time TBD)
  • Cost: $225
  • Location: Bolton Street Synagogue (212 West Cold Spring Lane)