make your moves
This workshop is designed to help you stop treating your scene relationships/choices as arbitrary and start using them to move your scenes forward. You'll feel that your scenes become easier to be in, and feel the need to "be funny" lessen. The natural exploration of the specifics/relationships will be doing all the work for you, helping you avoid that dreaded "scene wall" where the idea doesn't seem to be funny anymore. This workshop will help you develop the skill to discover the next thing without the need for panicky invention.
Saturday, August 11, 3:00pm
Artists Repertory Theatre, Alder Stage
Ronnie Adrian (of White Women) is a stand-up comedian improv/sketch performer who hails from the great state of South Carolina. He has studied improv at Upright Citizen Brigade, as well as the Pack Theatre (before it was the Pack Theatre) under Miles Stroth. And he has worked with countless other hilarious improv teachers to help hone his improv voice. He has been on such UCB Harold teams as "Belmonte" and currently "The Dragons". He hosts UCB's The Cagematch with his team "Thunderstruck". He also hosts L.A.'s longest running indie improv show, Tuesday Night Thunder with his team "Thunderstruck". That's a lot of stuff to be a part of, that has to be it right? WRONG! He also has a monthly improv show at UCB Sunset with his improv/sketch team White Women. Talk about running away from your problems. This guy has NO TIME to sit with his inner demons! Ronnie is also known for his work on "Key and Peele", "Comedy Bang! Bang!", "Captain America: Civil War Reenactors", "Our RoboCop Remake", and, most recently, Don't Worry, He Won't Get Far On Foot.