Improv Lessons #1 & 2 (A GS Improv Title, Book # 8) by Greg Sullivan

By Greg Sullivan

This publication is a compilation of THE GS IMPROV procedure, IMPROV classes number one and IMPROV classes #2.
Whether comedy improv or dramatic improv, Greg Sullivan’s innovations and insights may help actors in attaining higher improvisation effects and let non-actors to advance their listening, creativity and teamwork abilities. The routines and varieties during this ebook are ones which Greg has taught to nice impression for two decades. whereas there’s no replacement for a reside classification, this publication is the subsequent smartest thing and for a fragment of the price of taking the greater than seven periods it is going to take to hide this material.
Greg Sullivan has taught for twenty years at his personal GS IMPROV periods in NYC. He used to be a alternative at HB Studio (13 years), based the improv troupe KLAATU and was once featured in 3 again degree conceal tales. he's the booklet evaluation Editor and Podcast Host for Flight magazine magazine's "Flying Off the Shelves."
Greg has additionally played various level roles, together with the male leads in Arsenic & outdated Lace, The Mousetrap, practice session for homicide, Romantic Comedy and unusual Bedfellows. He has studied with many fabulous academics, together with Michael Beckett, Ginny Borton, Sam Groom, Anne Jackson, Rasa Allan Kazlas, Salem Ludwig, John Monteith, and Austin Pendleton.

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