Finding Your Voice in Comedy (with AMY CROSSMAN)
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About The Event
Watch a class preview video with Amy here.
Great comedians make being funny look effortless, but for many actors, comedy is a struggle. In this class, we will cozy up with our funny nature to explore and (re)discover our unique and personal sense of joy, play, and fun. Employing techniques from improv and clowning, this class will help us get comfortable with the truth and silliness that is always bubbling just beneath the surface. This class is great for beginning and experienced actors alike.
(NOTE: If you can find a place where you can move around and/or make noise for this class, that's great! If you have a pillow to make noise into, that's also great!)
About the Guest Artist:
Amy Crossman is an actor, writer, teaching artist and clown. She was born, raised, and is still traipsing around New York City. She has been seen regionally at Chenango River Theatre, VOICETheatre, Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival, Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival and the Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey. She’s taught for the educational programs of Manhattan Theatre Club, the Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival, and Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival. Training: Drew University, the Upright Citizens Brigade, and The Funny School of Good Acting, among other places. Proud member of AEA. Learn more about her work by visiting amycrossman.com.
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