Is improvisation relevant to VO?
Just like VO classes teaching mic technique or script breakdown, improvisation supports your voiceover & acting work. To comedic celebrities like Tina Fey or Jim Carrey and more, improv has been critical for their acting. Improv can help you be more 'you', finding that place of confidence. It can help you be more flexible in taking direction, develop a wider range of capabilities including character voices, as well as increase your speed and dexterity when auditioning or in session.
All VO talent, part-time or full-time, who can connect to the internet inside their VO studio.
We encourage VO talent to take improv after they've learned their VO basics.