LONG FORM IMPROV - INTRODUCTION TO LONG FORM
The Level 701 Long-Form Improvisation class teaches students the principles needed to perform a long-form Improvisational performance. Theory includes how to sustain a common agenda among actors; how to interweave sub-plots into a comprehensive long-term scene; how to develop sustainable characters and how to create scene imagery that increases the enjoyment for audiences.
Prerequisite: BI-LEVEL301 or permission of instructor.
Long Form Improv - Introduction to Long Form
Due the limited spaces for students, once you register for a class, there will be no refund given unless the class is canceled by PFI. If you register and then are unable to attend the class, a credit for a future class may be granted by PFI at their discretion.