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The Creative Compass event calendar is focused on events geared toward individual artists. For a list of public arts and culture events in Cleveland, visit http://www.cacgrants.org/find-an-event/.

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Script to Screen

Angela Boehm Casting
Nov 17, 2020 - Jan 12, 2021 6:05-8:05 p.m. | 1st Team Actors Studio, 156 Main St Westlake, OH 44145 | Hone Your Craft
Sitting around waiting for those ‘parts’ and ‘opportunities’ to find you? Why not learn to make your own luck by putting your projects in motion!

This course is designed for creative individuals interested in gaining the working knowledge, perspective and foundational skills necessary to the overall filmmaking process. Students will learn various aspects & approaches of taking a screenplay from-the-page through the entire producing, production, post-production, and distribution process.

Whether you’re a writer, actor, filmmaker… this class will provide practical exercises with various in-class exercises and assignments to help better your overall understanding of how very motivated individuals increase their chances at a ‘green-lit’ career.

The studio will be closed to observe holiday breaks 11/25-11/28 and 12/23-1/1

**This course is a great continuation of “Writer’s Room” but open to all students**

The Actor's Arsenal

Angela Boehm Casting
Nov 19, 2020 - Jan 14, 2021 6:45-9 p.m. | 1st Team Actors Studio, 156 Main St Westlake, OH 44145 | Hone Your Craft
This class is the foundation course of everything you need to know to get your career going!

You want to be an actor. Cool. Now what? With Hollywood films and television shows shooting in and around Cleveland all the time, there is no better time to take a chance on the career you’ve always wanted than right now. In order to kickstart your career there are essential things every actor must know. Our instructor, Lauren Nichols, has booked national television shows, commercials and shared the screen with many famous faces. By mastering these acting essentials, you can too! Over the session, this class will focus on everything you need to know to start marketing yourself as an actor, the promotional materials you need, how to acquire an agent, find auditions and get connected in the industry. There will be a heavy focus on script analysis and how to audition for the role. In every script you read, the writer has given you a road map with every word they’ve put on the page. Without the knowledge of how to truly dissect the script and interpret what the writer is asking for, you are going into an audition blind. Everything you need to know is on the page, let us help you know what to look for. At the end of this 8 week session, you can take your arsenal into any next level class to continue your training.

This class will meet a total of 6 times as the studio will be closed to observe holiday breaks from 11/25-11/29 and 12/23-1/1

Arlene Cassara Dance Classes (Winter Session 2021)

Arlene Cassara Dance
Jan 04, 2021 - Feb 26, 2021 Various times | Arlene Cassara Dance & Theater Center | Community, Hone Your Craft
Arlene Cassara Dance's winter session begins January 4th, 2021 and includes Dance Combo for tiny dancers, Basic Ballet for teens wanting to begin their ballet training and ADULT JAZZ DANCE!
More classes offered for youth, teen and adults. Visit Facebook page or website: ArleneCassaraDance.com Arlene Cassara Dance & Theater Center is located in North Olmsted and has been providing dance education for 40+ years!
Help us dance into the new year ⭐️

New Year, New Pages: A Novelist Support & Productivity Group

Literary Cleveland
Jan 04, 2021 - Jan 25, 2021 7-8 p.m. | Online | Hone Your Craft
Are you an aspiring novelist ready to abandon the flaming disaster that was 2020 and start the new year with a burst of creativity? If so, this monthlong productivity and support group for novelists is for you! Throughout January, you’ll be asked to commit to a daily writing goal while receiving support from your fellow attendees and facilitator. Weekly meetings will help everyone connect and commiserate over Zoom while additional communications will continue throughout the month via a Slack channel. Meet and connect with other aspiring novelists, receive tips from the facilitator, and get motivated to make progress on that novel.‍

Weekly meetings take place remotely online via Zoom. Zoom link and instructions will be sent after you register for the class.

Intro To Sketch Comedy Workshop

Imposters Theater
Jan 05, 2021 7-9 p.m. | Zoom | Hone Your Craft
2 Hour Workshop - 8 person cap

In this workshop we’ll watch and break down some classic sketches to learn terms and building blocks common to most sketch comedy, learn techniques to generate sketch ideas, and discuss how to confidently pitch your idea in a writers room. Each participant will have a chance to pitch their sketch idea and get feedback from the instructor.

This workshop is open to any level experience from absolute beginner to advanced. 18+ unless otherwise approved by the instructor.

Refund policy: granted if within 24 hours of purchase, unless purchased less than 2 days before the workshop date.

If you wish to dive deeper into sketch comedy writing or late night writing, the price of this workshop may be applied to our 8-week Sketch Writing 1 class or 6-week Late Night Submission Class.

Read Like a Writer: Short Fiction

Literary Cleveland
Jan 05, 2021 - Dec 07, 2021 7-8:30 p.m. | Zoom | Hone Your Craft
The best way to improve as a writer is to write. The second best way is to read and analyze contemporary literature. Join us for this reader series class where we will take a deep dive into the craft of one short story each month. We’ll unpack character, structure, dialogue, plot, details, theme, tone, cultural context and more using examples from a wide variety of the greatest contemporary fiction writers. We’ll also discuss what we can take away and learn for our own writing styles, projects, and processes. Copies of the stories will be provided in advance of each class. Join us the first Tuesday of each month for advanced-level craft lessons, writer-centered discussion, and great reading.

Shelter in Place: Writing Poems Where We Are

Literary Cleveland
Jan 06, 2021 - Feb 10, 2021 7-9 p.m. | Zoom | Hone Your Craft
In this open-level poetry workshop, we will take the directive to “shelter in place” as a writing prompt to explore where we live and how we live. We will find ways to get lost in our own homes and neighborhoods and see them anew through our poems. This course will offer students the chance to find stillness and possibility in daily life. Each week, students will discuss poems rooted in familiar landscapes and situations, and use exercises to write their own work. Over the course of six sessions, students will write five new poems, and have the opportunity to share work and receive feedback from classmates and the instructor.‍

This class takes place remotely online via Zoom. Register to receive the zoom link and class instructions.

Start Getting Started: 5 Tools To Jumpstart Your Comedy Writing Workshop

Imposters Theater
Jan 07, 2021 7-9 p.m. | Zoom | Hone Your Craft
2 Hour Workshop - 8 person cap

It’s an amazing feeling when inspiration strikes - it seems like we can hardly type fast enough to get all that brilliance from our brains to the page. But to make it as a writer, you have to teach yourself to write when you aren’t inspired as well. In this workshop we will focus on practical ways to get your brain moving when it feels like it’s stuck in park.

This workshop is open to any level experience from absolute beginner to advanced. 18+ unless otherwise approved by the instructor.

Refund policy: granted if within 24 hours of purchase, unless purchased less than 2 days before the workshop date.

If you wish to dive deeper into sketch comedy writing or late night writing, the price of this workshop may be applied to our 8-week Sketch Writing 1 class or 6-week Late Night Submission Class.

College Audition Prep with Dayshawnda Ash

Western Reserve Playhouse
Jan 09, 2021 - Feb 13, 2021 noon - 2 p.m. | Online | Hone Your Craft
College Audition Prep with Dayshawnda Ash (01/09/21 -2/13/21, Saturdays 12pm-2pm): The first meeting will be on Sunday 01/09 @12pm; the remaining meetings will be on Saturdays.

In this workshop, you will have the opportunity to master all of the intricate parts of preparing and executing your best college musical audition, whether it be in-person, virtual, or pre-recorded! Learn what to choose, how to prepare, and build your audition book. This workshop will include an accompanist recording of your song and a new headshot with our WRP production photographer. For students ages 15-18; cost $200 per student.

Staging the Problem: A play directing workshop with August Scarpelli

Western Reserve Playhouse
Jan 09, 2021 - Mar 06, 2021 3-5 p.m. | Online | Hone Your Craft
Staging the Problem: A play directing workshop with August Scarpelli (01/09/21 -3/06/21 Saturdays 3pm-5pm).

Plays are full of problems, from pitching ideas to theatres, finding a cast, working with delicate content or specific production demands. One of our jobs, as directors, is to understand and solve those problems. In this workshop, we will explore, in-depth, both the fundamentals of play directing (dramaturgy, expressing your ideas to theatre managers, production designers, and actors, casting, organizing, and executing rehearsals), some of theatre history’s most problematic plays, and the infinite possibilities of the solutions. For students ages 16+; $75 per student.

Reader Series: A Year of James Baldwin

Literary Cleveland
Jan 09, 2021 - Dec 11, 2021 10 a.m. - 12 noon | Zoom | Community
James Baldwin was a remarkable novelist, a legendary essayist, a civil rights activist, and one of the most influential American writers of the 20th century. Baldwin once said, "You write in order to change the world, knowing perfectly well that you can’t, but also knowing literature is indispensable to the world... The world changes according to the way people see it, and if you alter even but a millimeter the way people look at reality, then you can change it." Join this class and allow the months of reading, analyzing, and marveling at Baldwin’s insight and eloquence transform your thinking and feelings about race, America, history, love, hate, and much more.

Reader Series: Adaptation & Lovecraft Country

Literary Cleveland
Jan 09, 2021 - Feb 06, 2021 10 a.m. - 12 noon | Zoom | Community, Hone Your Craft
Adapting a written work is all about bones, breath, and heart: rearranging the bones (structure), choosing the breath (style,) and staying true to the heart (themes) of the original work. Matt Ruff’s 2016 novel Lovecraft Country is both an adaptation of H.P. Lovecraft’s short sci-fi stories and the source material for the hit HBO series of the same name. In this class, we’re going to put these three works in conversation with each other and discover all the ways one story can be told. If you like history, pop culture, dismantling racism and smashing the patriarchy, this class is for you!

‍This class takes place remotely online via Zoom. Register to receive the zoom link and class instructions.

Beck Center For The Arts Launches In-Person and Online Classes in Winter/Spring 2021

Beck Center for the Arts
Jan 11, 2021 Various times | Beck Center and Online | Community, Hone Your Craft
Beck Center for the Arts, in an effort to continually adapt to the COVID-19 pandemic, has created robust in-person and online arts educational offerings for winter/spring 2021. Beck Center continues to respond to the needs of the community through arts experiences, as an entertaining and healing force for all ages, and abilities.

The plan is to open the campus up to in-person classes again beginning January 11, 2021, with an abundance of caution and strict COVID-19 sanitizing procedures in place. Should the need arise, instructors will once again be ready to pivot to online arts education programming.

Applications open for WESTAF 2021 Emerging Leaders of Color Program - Apply by February 1st

Western States Arts Federation
Jan 12, 2021 - Feb 01, 2021 | Online | Community, Build Your Business
Since 2010, WESTAF's Emerging Leaders of Color program has convened more than 90 racially and ethnically diverse leaders working in the arts in the western United States for high-level leadership seminars that have impacted the field of arts administration.

Due to the ongoing pandemic and necessary program modifications, they have moved their 2021 ELC program online. The virtual convening will take place March 18-19 and 22-24, 2021.

Advanced Memoir Workshop (Apply by December 14th!)

Literary Cleveland
Jan 13, 2021 - Jun 23, 2021 6:30 - 9:30 p.m. | Zoom | Hone Your Craft
If you have a book-length memoir in progress, this workshop is designed to advance your knowledge of the genre, make significant progress on your manuscript and gain momentum toward its completion in the community of a small, committed circle of peers. Includes instruction; in-class writing; homework assignments; craft discussions; and the exchange of thorough, respectful critique. Class meets remotely online via Zoom twice a month; participants should plan to attend all twelve sessions.

This is an advanced workshop limited to eight students. To apply, submit a one-page overview of your project and a five-page sample of writing from your memoir in progress (double-spaced, 12-point font). Click the register now button to apply or follow this link to the application: https://forms.gle/juTEpZGuaKERtXCA7

Application deadline
Deadline for submissions is December 14. Writers selected for the class will be notified by the first week of January. Interest-free payment plans available.

Learn How to Tap the New COVID-19 Economic Relief Funds for the Arts (Two-Part Webinar Series)

Americans for the Arts
Jan 15, 2021 - Jan 22, 2021 2-3:30 p.m. ET | Online | Money
On December 27, 2020, the $900 billion “Economic Aid to Hard-Hit Small Businesses, Nonprofits, and Venues Act” (Economic Aid Act) was signed into law along with a $1.4 trillion federal omnibus FY 21 appropriations bill. Additionally, Congress passed a veto-override to enact the $740 billion National Defense Authorization Act on December 23, 2020, which includes support for creative arts therapies. Nina Ozlu Tunceli, the Chief Counsel of Government and Public Affairs at Americans for the Arts and the Executive Director of the Americans for the Arts Action Fund, will host the two-part webinar series to cover this vast array of arts funding opportunities on Friday at 2:00 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. ET on both January 15, 2021 and January 22, 2021. The two webinars will each feature unique content and will include expert speakers including attorney Sarah Mercer of Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck; Brigadier General Nolen Bivens (U.S. Army Ret.), Interim President and CEO of Americans for the Arts; Narric Rome, the VP of Government Affairs and Arts Education at Americans for the Arts; and senior representatives of the Small Business Administration.

Creating Comedic Characters Workshop

Imposters Theater
Jan 16, 2021 3-5 p.m. | Zoom | Hone Your Craft
2 Hour Workshop - 8 person cap

This workshop will go over basic comedic structure, ways to find inspiration for characters, and how to pitch your idea. Everyone will have a chance to pitch their character idea, get feedback from the instructor and the group, and come out of it with a solid plan to bring your character to life.

This workshop is open to any level experience from absolute beginner to advanced. 18+ unless otherwise approved by the instructor.

Refund policy: granted if within 24 hours of purchase, unless purchased less than 2 days before the workshop date.

If you wish to dive deeper into sketch comedy writing or late night writing, the price of this workshop may be applied to our 8-week Sketch Writing 1 class or 6-week Late Night Submission Class.

Imposters International Improv Hour: An Improv Jam

Imposters Theater
Jan 16, 2021 1-2:30 p.m. | Zoom | Community, Hone Your Craft
Let's JAM! Imposters Theater is embracing the void we all currently live in and reaching out to the world with The Imposters International Improv Hour!
All improv levels are welcome to this fun, no-stress jam - join in for some warm-up games, exercises, and 2-3 person scenes.
Each jam is led by the very friendly and supportive members of Cleveland improv troupe Casually Late Stampede who’s excited to provide a warm, safe place to get weird and do some improv.

Creating Comedic Characters

Imposters Theater
Jan 16, 2021 3-5 p.m. | Zoom | Hone Your Craft
2 Hour Workshop - 8 person cap
This workshop will go over basic comedic structure, ways to find inspiration for characters, and how to pitch your idea. Everyone will have a chance to pitch their character idea, get feedback from the instructor and the group, and come out of it with a solid plan to bring your character to life.
This workshop is open to any level experience from absolute beginner to advanced. 18+ unless otherwise approved by the instructor.
Refund policy: granted if within 24 hours of purchase, unless purchased less than 2 days before the workshop date.
If you wish to dive deeper into sketch comedy writing or late night writing, the price of this workshop may be applied to our 8-week Sketch Writing 1 class or 6-week Late Night Submission Class.

Shaker Arts Council Winter/Spring Virtual Classes

Shaker Arts Council
Jan 17, 2021 - May 30, 2021 Various Times | Online | Hone Your Craft
Shaker Arts Council (SHAC) announces a Winter/Spring series of community virtual art classes and webinars. General classes for students of every age will be offered after-school and on weekends during the 2021 winter/spring sessions January 17 - March 20 and March 21– May 30. Community art classes specifically geared to K-12 students will be offered during a February Mini Session, Monday and Tuesday, February 15-16, 2021.

Quick, Write That Down! Improvising Your Way To A Script Workshop

Imposters Theater
Jan 19, 2021 7-9 p.m. | Zoom | Hone Your Craft
2 Hour Workshop - 8 person cap
Writing can be daunting - staring down a bright white blank screen. Improv can help you jumpstart that process, and let your mind make connections without the normal pressure of immediately putting it on a page.

In this workshop, they will focus on:
-Exercises to clear the mind of obstacles that may hinder the writing process
-Tips on what details to pull from your improvisation
-Improvising in character
-Building a character’s worldview

This workshop is open to any level experience from absolute beginner to advanced. 18+ unless otherwise approved by the instructor.

Refund policy: granted if within 24 hours of purchase, unless purchased less than 2 days before the workshop date.

Improvisation & Play! - Juniors

Cleveland Public Theatre
Jan 19, 2021 - Mar 11, 2021 4-5 p.m. | Zoom | Community, Hone Your Craft
Ages 7-10. CAN Academy programming is open to the public, and non-Cleveland residents are welcome to apply, however Cleveland Public Theatre has a priority to engage Cleveland residents.
Complete Google Form Application by January 15th at the latest: https://tinyurl.com/y7mxlk3f

Taught by Zyrece Montgomery, Cleveland Public Theatre Education Associate, IMPROVISATION & PLAY! – JUNIORS explores acting fundamentals with a special focus on imaginative play! Diving into the world of improvisation, young artists will engage in theatre games that develop their creative expressivity and openness to play, while nurturing their ability to be present in each moment. Young artists will also develop their vocal and physical expression through daily body-voice training. Winter session culminates with a virtual showcase for family and friends on March 11, 2021. CAN Academy performing arts activities improve academic skills, instill empathy and responsibility, build character, and enhance creative thinking. Join in this winter for this JOYFUL exploration of play!

This program is offered at NO COST thanks to the Cleveland Foundation. All classes are through Zoom.
Young artist must have a device and stable internet connection to participate.

Devising Theatre Techniques - Seniors

Cleveland Public Theatre
Jan 19, 2021 - Mar 12, 2021 4-5:30 p.m. | Zoom | Community, Hone Your Craft
Ages 11-14. CAN Academy programming is open to the public, and non-Cleveland residents are welcome to apply, however Cleveland Public Theatre has a priority to engage Cleveland residents.
Complete Google Form Application by January 15th at the latest: https://tinyurl.com/y7pna3qq

Taught by Faye Hargate, Cleveland Public Theatre Director of Community Ensembles, DEVISING THEATRE TECHNIQUES – SENIORS explores acting fundamentals with a special focus on devising theatre techniques! Young artists will engage in original creation techniques that explore their artistic voice and grow their creative writing and storytelling skills, while nurturing their awareness of themselves and their world. Young artists will also develop their vocal and physical expression through daily body-voice training. Winter session culminates with a virtual showcase for family and friends on Friday, March 12, 2021. CAN Academy performing arts activities improve academic skills, instill empathy and responsibility, build character, and enhance creative thinking. Join us this winter for the JOYFUL exploration of play!

This program is offered at NO COST thanks to the Cleveland Foundation. All classes are through Zoom.
Young artist must have a device and stable internet connection to participate.

Improvisation & Play! - Seniors

Cleveland Public Theatre
Jan 20, 2021 - Mar 10, 2021 4-5:15 p.m. | Zoom | Community, Hone Your Craft
Ages 11-14. CAN Academy programming is open to the public, and non-Cleveland residents are welcome to apply, however Cleveland Public Theatre has a priority to engage Cleveland residents.
Complete Google Form Application by January 15th at the latest: https://tinyurl.com/y8mexjm3

Taught by Zyrece Montgomery, Cleveland Public Theatre Education Associate, IMPROVISATION & PLAY! – SENIORS explores acting fundamentals with a special focus on imaginative play! Diving into the world of improvisation, young artists will engage in theatre games that develop their creative expressivity and openness to play, while nurturing their ability to be present in each moment. Young artists will also develop their vocal and physical expression through daily body-voice training. Winter session culminates with a virtual showcase for family and friends on March 10, 2021. CAN Academy performing arts activities improve academic skills, instill empathy and responsibility, build character, and enhance creative thinking. Join in this winter for this JOYFUL exploration of play!

This program is offered at NO COST thanks to the Cleveland Foundation. All classes are through Zoom.
Young artist must have a device and stable internet connection to participate

Late Night Submission Packet Workshop

Imposters Theater
Jan 20, 2021 - Feb 24, 2021 7-9 p.m. | Zoom | Hone Your Craft
This six week workshop will consist of weekly virtual table reads and pitch meetings via Zoom. Each week you will focus on a different aspect of a late night submission. At the end of this workshop, you will have a polished submission packet.

The Whole Story: An Introduction to Solutions Journalism

Literary Cleveland
Jan 21, 2021 - Feb 25, 2021 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. | Zoom | Hone Your Craft
You've heard of solutions journalism. You've read many articles that employed a solutions journalism approach but may not have known. Here's your chance to learn what it is, what its key components are, and you'll have a chance to write a solutions journalism piece during the workshop. You'll hear from several guest experts and have opportunities to connect to the Solutions Journalism Network and editors seeking SJ pieces. Christopher Johnston has worked as a solutions journalism reporter for more than 30 years and is well-connected within the profession as a member of SJN and ASJA.

This class takes place remotely online via Zoom. Register to receive the zoom link and class instructions.

How to Write a Lot - Jan 2021

Literary Cleveland
Jan 23, 2021 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. | Zoom | Hone Your Craft
Inspiration exists and is available to everyone at nearly any time. Underproductivity, procrastination, and blocks are solvable problems. The secret to achieving a state of near-perpetual inspiration (a.k.a., “flow”) is to switch from a scarcity to an abundance mindset, and also from a shame/blame mindset to one focused on problem-solving. In this workshop by Hillary Rettig, author of the best-selling The 7 Secrets of the Prolific, we'll delve deep into the heart of underproductivity so you can see, once and for all, what forces are holding you back. Then we'll discuss solutions—lots of them—that you can start using to immediately boost your productivity and reduce stress. This workshop is for all writers—including creative, academic, student, and those who write on the job—plus all artists, activists, and anyone seeking to get more productive.‍

This class takes place remotely online via Zoom. Register to receive the zoom link and class instructions.

Dialect Master Class

Weathervane Playhouse
Jan 24, 2021 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. | Online | Hone Your Craft
Using scenes from the classic Broadway musical My Fair Lady , this master class/workshop will give students an in-depth overview of the process professional actors use to acquire a dialect. It will also demonstrate the ways to incorporate that dialect into a character and into the action of a play, film or media project. In the process, students will receive a working knowledge of Standard British & Cockney, two of the dialects most often requested of American actors in their work. The instructor will offer individual coaching to each student during the workshop.

History TALKS: Archive Snapshot: Kokoon Arts Club of Cleveland

Rocky River Public Library and Cowan Pottery Museum
Jan 25, 2021 7:00 PM -8:00 PM | Rocky River Public Library-Virtual | Community
Cara Gilgenbach, Head of Special Collections & Archives at Kent State University Library, will share the history of Cleveland’s Kokoon Arts Club along with highlights from the Archive’s collection of ephemera from the Club’s one-time president Philip Kaplan. Gilgenbach will also share how you can access the University’s Special Collections.

Please register to receive the Zoom link for this program. Registration closes at 5pm the day of the event. Zoom invitations will be sent by 5pm the day of the event.

Introduction to Developing a Writing Habit - Jan 2021

Literary Cleveland
Jan 27, 2021 10 a.m. - 12 noon | Zoom | Hone Your Craft
This two-hour lecture will provide the foundational concepts that we’ll work with in the four-week Developing a Writing Habit Class. We’ll discuss strategies for getting you into your seat, how to combine playfulness with discipline, and discuss the three components necessary for a writing career. We’ll then cover the basics of a process guaranteed to get you started generating raw material.

Note
- New students: This class is a prerequisite for the more intensive, workshop-oriented four-week session (Register for the February class here). It can be taken independently for those wishing to jump-start their writing.
- Returning students: This introductory session contains material that in the past was discussed on the first week of the class.

This class takes place remotely online via Zoom. Register to receive the zoom link and class instructions.

Civic Leadership Institute

Cleveland Leadership Center
Jan 28, 2021 Various times | Online | Community, Build Your Business
Civic Leadership Institute shows you a Cleveland you have never seen before and expands your network by connecting you to the people, places and projects moving Cleveland forward. It provides a strong foundation for your professional and civic advancements.

Through six, early-morning, 105-minutes sessions (held at various location throughout downtown Cleveland), you’ll get exclusive insight into what’s going on in the civic community straight from the people directly involved in the civic and corporate infrastructures at the highest level.

Sketch Comedy Writing

Literary Cleveland
Feb 01, 2021 - Feb 22, 2021 7-9 p.m. | Zoom | Hone Your Craft
Using the techniques of the Second City Theater Chicago, learn how to write comedy in abundance and have your scenes ready for live performance or easily translate to sitcom television. With a focus on various sketch comedy structures, you’ll practice creating various types of comedic scenes including “parody”, “clothesline”, and “fish out of water” while building and curating a sketch comedy show writing collaboratively with a writers room.‍

This class takes place remotely online via Zoom. Register to receive the zoom link and class instructions.