Self Improv Ment [Workshop]

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Self Improv-ment [Wednesdays, June 8 - July 13, 7-9pm]
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Come improvise, out loud and quietly with yourself! You will be more present. You will push through creative blocks. You will be self-improved! The workshop applies improv techniques to other artforms and daily life. We will work on performance and an individual project of your choosing. During this workshop you will -

- Generate new ideas
- Reflect power and oppression
- Work with failure
- Invoke facts, feelings and objects
- Learn basic improv techniques
- Apply these skills to your person work/art/life
- Finish a piece of art

Workshop schedule
June 8 - Affirmation: Stop getting in your own way. Plan your project.
June 15 - Ideas: “Why this day?”
June 22 - Power & oppression: "Why me?"
June 29 - Failure: Learn to bow.
July 6 - Invocation: Practice valentine love.
July 13 - How to end: Reincorporate. Share your project.
Where: The Pocket Theater, 8312 Greenwood Ave, Seattle WA 98105
Who: All experiences welcome, though this class is designed for people who aren’t primarily improvisers. If you have questions about whether this is right for you, please ask!
Cost: $150 covers all tuition and supplies (and free drinks every session). If this cost is prohibitive, please talk to us. We can work something out. Or if you’d like a breakdown of where the money will go, please let us know.

*The workshop will be taught through a social-justice framework welcoming folks with marginalized abilities, gender identities and races, and their allies.*

Instructor bio
Kathleen Nacozy is a longtime improviser and teacher who has taught at Seattle's Unexpected Productions and elsewhere. She is also an impassioned comedian and writer. She has written for many journalism outlets including and Yahoo. She has featured as a comedian or storyteller for Bumbershoot, Hella Much, Northwest Folklife, Seattle SketchFest, Seattle Spit and Wisecrack.
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