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Sunday, August 10, 2014

Last Chance to Dance

Calgary I love you so. But I'm moving away in September to Toronto. One of the things I will definitely miss is teaching improv in this city as the students are a constant source of inspiration. Calgary has this amazing blend of improv history as well as a desire to create new, avant guard forms and structures. As such the students I have worked with have been brave, knowledgeable and willing to try pretty much anything. It's simply wonderful.

So, I've decided to do one last round of intensives on Aug. 24. I would love to work with past students one more time as well as newcomers. I design these intensives so that they require no previous experience. But the focus is on personal coaching. So, if you have been around for while I'll make sure to push you.

As usual, I'll be teaching out of the The Lab. It's located at 112 16 Ave NW, Suite 200. I has a King Kong statue climbing up the side. Pretty hardcore. If you're interested in signing up please email me! Each course is $50 for three hours of instruction. But if you sign up for both I'm knocking off 20% and the price will be $80. Learn more, pay less. That's math. Spaces are limited. All the info is below. Hope to see you out!

Musical Improv Intensive

Sunday, August 24 | Time: 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm |Location: The Lab – 112-16th Ave NW
Do you often wish you could break into spontaneous song? Delve into the sweet sounds of musical improv for one day only. You’ll learn fundamentals of rhyming, song structure and musical support. Your singing in the shower is guaranteed to improve upon completion of this workshop. This class often sells out quickly, so confirm your attendance today.

Joyful Failure Intensive

Sunday, August 24 | Time: 10:00 am – 1:00 pm |Location: The Lab – 112-16th Ave NW
Learn the art of joyful failure from someone who has been doing just that onstage since 2001. Experience this engaging class centering on making your partner look good and joyful failure, with a focus on personal coaching. And if you’re not failing, you’re doing it wrong.