Comedy School

Spatial Relationship (David Razowsky)

The challenge for most improvisers is trying to stick to “the rules” and believing “Yes, and” is the magic formula for a successful scene. Characters meander and never find their footing. In an instant, you travel from a state of fluidity to a mess of frustration and ask yourself, “How did I go wrong?” or “Now what?” David Razowsky’s masterclasses provide methods and exercises that teach you to connect to your partner and the scene without worrying about the rules and responding with a “yes, and” after every line.

Spatial Relationships: If you don’t move, neither do your scenes. The dynamics between you and your partner are defined not just by your dialogue but by where you are on stage when you’re speaking. Learn how physical distance conveys strong points of view, status, and dramatic relationships. Prerequisite: Level 2 or higher or permission of instructor and principal.

About the Instructor: David Razowsky studied, performed, taught, and directed at Second City with fellow performers Stephen Colbert, Steve Carrell, and Michael Keegan-Key, among many others. He went on to serve as Artistic Director of Second City Hollywood for nine years before turning his attention to full-time coaching. He has directed and taught his methodology to individuals and groups in the US and worldwide.

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Friday, February 24, 6:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. Prerequisite: Level 2 improv classes or permission of the instructor and principal. For the duration of the course, at the request of the instructor we are requiring students to wear a mask indoors, except when actively eating or drinking. Participants in this class must be vaccinated against COVID-19.

The challenge for most improvisers is trying to stick to “the rules” and believing “Yes, and” is the magic formula for a successful scene. Characters meander and never find their footing. In an instant, you travel from a state of fluidity to a mess of frustration and ask yourself, “How did I go wrong?” or “Now what?” Razowsky’s masterclasses provide methods and exercises that teach you to connect to your partner and the scene without worrying about the rules and responding with a “yes, and” after every line.

Spatial Relationship: If you don’t move, neither do your scenes. The dynamics between you and your partner are defined not just by your dialogue but by where you are on stage when you’re speaking. Learn how physical distance conveys strong points of view, status, and dramatic relationships.

About the instructor: David Razowsky studied, performed, taught, and directed at Second City with performers Stephen Colbert, Steve Carrell, and Michael Keegan-Key, among many others. He went on to serve as Artistic Director of Second City Hollywood for nine years before turning his attention to full-time coaching. He has directed and taught his methodology to individuals and groups in the US and worldwide.


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Class Policies

  • 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.
  • Participants in this class must be vaccinated against COVID-19 and produce proof of vaccination (such as a completed vaccination card) at the start of the session. If you have any questions about this policy, please e-mail info@dcimprov.com.

The challenge for most improvisers is trying to stick to “the rules” and believing “Yes, and” is the magic formula for a successful scene. Characters meander and never find their footing. In an instant, you travel from a state of fluidity to a mess of frustration and ask yourself, “How did I go wrong?” or “Now what?” David Razowsky’s masterclasses provide methods and exercises that teach you to connect to your partner and the scene without worrying about the rules and responding with a “yes, and” after every line.

Spatial Relationships: If you don’t move, neither do your scenes. The dynamics between you and your partner are defined not just by your dialogue but by where you are on stage when you’re speaking. Learn how physical distance conveys strong points of view, status, and dramatic relationships. Prerequisite: Level 2 or higher or permission of instructor and principal.

About the Instructor: David Razowsky studied, performed, taught, and directed at Second City with fellow performers Stephen Colbert, Steve Carrell, and Michael Keegan-Key, among many others. He went on to serve as Artistic Director of Second City Hollywood for nine years before turning his attention to full-time coaching. He has directed and taught his methodology to individuals and groups in the US and worldwide.