A Quick Study in the Art of Slow Comedy – Jimmy Carrane
In this session, we’ll explore a more honest approach to improvisation, which teaches students that before they can be funny they need to be real. And guess what? You will end up being even funnier. You will learn that by slowing down and shutting up, you will connect with you partner on a deeper emotional level, making improv as easy as having a conversation. This will help you to find your authentic voice by taking the pressure off yourself to be funny — and by being yourself. And the more you can tap into your own life experiences and be vulnerable on stage, the more laughs you will get from the audience.