Wednesday, December 16, 6:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. (online)
Hone your improv skills in this online workshop with David Razowsky, former artistic director of the Second City Los Angeles!
Pinpoint Point of View. "The focus of Pinpoint Point of View is to learn how to use shape -- also known as body language -- to determine your point of view, and to hold onto it. It is the single most important element of a strong and focused scene."
This class will be conducted online via video conferencing. Participants must have a reliable Internet connection and a computer or device with a webcam and microphone.
All sales are final. There are no refunds or exchanges.
- Patrons must be 18 or older to attend events or classes at the DC Improv. Any exceptions are clearly noted in the event descriptions on dcimprov.com.
Pinpoint Point of View. This is a three-hour online workshop with master improviser David Razowsky! The focus of Pinpoint Point of View is to learn how to use shape - also known as "body language" - to determine your point of view, and to hold onto it. It is the single most important element of a strong and focused scene.
About the Instructor: David Razowsky is the former artistic director of the Second City Los Angeles, and the host of the award-winning podcast ADD Comedy with Dave Razowsky. His teaching and performing has taken him all over the world, from the US to Australia, Ireland, Italy, Germany, The Netherlands, the UK, and New Zealand, where he recorded a TEDx Auckland Talk. As an actor at The Second City David worked with Martin Short, Steve Carell, Stephen Colbert, Rachel Dratch, Chris Farley, Amy Sedaris among others. He has directed The Second City Mainstage, The Second City Hollywood, The Second City Detroit, and The Second City National Touring Company. He is a consultant for Dreamworks, a teacher for Steppenwolf Theater, adjunct faculty for California State University, and has directed two productions for Amsterdam's Boom Chicago Theatre. David's a member of the Reduced Shakespeare Company and performed in their Kennedy Center run of "The Complete Works of William Shakespeare, Abridged."