Improv 101 for VoiceOver
Class Graduates say:
"For people like me that were really intimidated and had never done improv in a class setting, I really thought the class was just perfect. It was challenging, and made me think hard, but it didn’t scare me, and not once did I think, “Oh my gosh, I can’t do this."
"I loved the way you facilitated the class, Rebecca! You were sensitive to the group’s comfort and experience levels and were always guiding with a positive and nurturing attitude. The overall vibe during the classes was always like a team cheering each other on!"
"The freedom and openness of the environment that Rebecca provided. It was fun for me not to be so structured and competitive like I usually am. I felt comfortable with letting go and just learning more about my creative side. The activities were really good in that they helped illustrate what Improv is and how it can help with VO."
“It was organized and we had a workbook to take notes. Communication was great. We also had a fun and comfortable group. Rebecca is fun, experienced and makes it very comfortable. I like that she participated.”
"I am so grateful for this class! It broke the big, intimidating concept of “improv” that I had in my head into small, specific, manageable chunks that I could focus on. I also loved that you freed us from worrying about “being funny,” which is not one of my strengths!."
Beneficial but not required:
From Rebecca Haugh, Founder:
I’ve been in VO since 2001, studying acting, improv, performing, and earning a living doing what I love. Save time and cut the struggle of finding this info – use my knowledge and experience as a short cut for your own career.
Imagine being more competitive! Imagine feeling confident and excited to perform, unafraid of whatever new curveball or goofy direction you get – embracing it all with poise and creativity! How cool would that be?
I believe each of us can do this, but you need to learn improv basics to get started.
Please note – This class is for VO actors who work part-time or full-time in voiceover and want to get more competitive by adding improv to their skills. This class is not for a person starting a career in voiceover.
Improv 101 for VO Class Details
Part 1: Wednesday, March 3rd
Part 2: Wednesday, March 10th
2.5 hours each day
Starts 9:00am pac / 12:00pm est
*Must be able to attend both days*