Improv Studio Class with Molly Ritchie Mondays 7-9pm, Feb 7 – Mar 21

For performing artists and advanced students.
You have taken the classes, and jammed at the jams, now what?
 Whether you have been performing for decades, or taking classes for just a year or two, finding ways to facilitate your own growth as an improviser can help you find new ways of expanding your art.
 In this weekly studio class, we will use scenework, diagnostics, serious self-reflection, and ridiculous exercises to help you form your own methodology for continued artistic growth.
  Through exploration of your greatest joys and challenges in improv, and setting personal goals,, this class will reflect what you bring into it each week.
Prerequisites- HUGE 401, or HUGE Amplifying Voices intermediate level, equivalent experience, or approval of Jill Bernard or the instructor. If you are interested in a scholarship, please fill out the form here.
 Seven sessions- Mondays, Jan.  10 – Feb. 28, 2022 from 7-9pm. No class on Jan. 17th, Martin Luther King Day
This class is IN PERSON at HUGE Theater and will require mask and proof of vaccination.  Please refer to our current COVID guidelines
Instructor Bio:
Molly Ritchie is an actor and unscripted theater artist. For over 25 years she has taught, performed, and directed improv at theaters, festivals, and universities across the country.
She is the creator of the improv shows “Family Dinner” and “Attenborough,” and was a co-creator and founding cast member of several Minnesota improv groups including The Mess, Show X, and Splendid Things.
Molly is a member of Actors’ Equity, and is the recipient of a City Pages “Best of the Twin Cities” award.
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