Discovering and managing a character's POINT OF VIEW on stage in improvisation is a crucial skill that often remains undeveloped.
This class will teach performers how to quickly grab a POV (the choice that guides all choices) and how to develop and nurture those choices through a scene or show, using environment, gifts and relationships with other characters to fully be able to play character — the filter through which only your character looks.
Join Rich Talarico, a 30 year improv vet and alumnus of The Second City and Improv Olympic, as he leads this informative character/pov workshop!
Sign up now! just 20 spots available!
“Rich Talarico is one of the all time great Caucasian Improvisers.”
— Tina Fey
“As a teacher, Rich Talarico brings Lakers legendary coach Phil Jackson to mind. A cerebral educator who brings out the best in people.”
— Keith "Lucky" Lehrer original drummer of “Circle Jerks”
“Rich is the embodiment of good improv: positive, giving, and genuine.”
— Colin Thornton - co-founder, Improv Cincinnati
“Rich’s workshop is considered a ‘must take’ at any festival he attends.”
— Chris Moody - Producer, Detroit Improv Festival
“Rich shows you how small gifts build to deep, wonderful characters and scenes."
— Cean Okada, Student
"Rich's class left me feeling confident and having many tools at my disposal to instantly create stronger scenes. The surprising thing is how simple these ideas are.”
— Steve Halasz, Student
“Rich loves to teach, but also wants to learn from his students. His passion and respect for improv as an ever-evolving art form is infectious. Also, he’s a shitload of fun.”
— Amy Rhodes, Student
"Since his workshop, I've been happily stealing Rich’s exercises and have seen such a huge difference with our students. I'm forever grateful for this class and can't wait to work with Rich again in the future."
— Kevin Shimko, Artistic Director of the Comedy Arts Theater of Charlotte (CATCh)
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