Details: Spend the afternoon with instructor Julian Frid in an improv crash course. The basic tenants of “Yes And”, “Listening” and “Point of View” will lead to fun and interesting scenes and a greater ease in conversation and sense of humour. All life is improvised after all, so why not learn improv itself?
When: Sun., Sept. 28, 2014 from 4–6:30 pm
Where: Arbor Room, Hart House
Cost: Free / Advanced tickets required / Tickets available from UofTtix at 416.978.8849 or in person at Hart House
About the Instructor: Instructor Julian Frid is a teacher who has been lucky enough to have a diverse and extensive improv education. He began as a player, coach, volunteer, trainer then judge of the Canadian Improv Games and has trained with the Bad Dog Theatre Company, the Second City and was a player, teacher and coach for the Impatient Theatre Company. He has performed across various stages in North America, including the Dirty South Improv Festival in North Carolina and the Del Close Marathon in NYC. He recently has performed in an improvised film called *The Bellhauser Cup*, directed by Mike Cameron, and has been featured on the Funny or Die short “Eneamigos”
Hart House offers a three-week improv class beginning September 18 and a 7-week improv class beginning October 5, two of over 35 creative classes in Film, Photography, Theatre and Creative Living & Careers.
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