IMPROV COMEDY IV : THE FORM
Using the Improv skillset you’ve been built in I, II and III, we’ll explore new and more experimental long-form formats while also getting more in-depth with the Harold. Prerequisite: MOB LEVEL 1, 2 & 3. Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
There is a class performance for this course.
Taught by Erin McGathy with guest teaching by Stephen Bradley
Class Dates: 12-3 PM // Jan 18th, February 1st, 8th 15th, 22nd, 29th (PLEASE NOTE: No Class on Jan 25th)
CLASS LIMIT 12
COURSE TAUGHT BY:
Erin McGathy has been performing Improv for over 15 years and has been teaching long-form Improv since 2006. At 20 years old, she moved to LA to study at the Upright Citizens Brigade and iO West and became a Mainstage performer at both, playing with Harold Teams: Hey Uncle Gary! (UCB), Local 132 (iO West), COG (iO West) as well as performing with the Armando Show in both LA and Chicago. She was also a member of the legendary, iO Rep which developed new forms at iO West, created the "UCB Magical Magic Show" and co-created the Narrative Genre group, The Kind Strangers, which has played at festivals across the US since 2010. Erin has performed and taught improv across the states and has been teaching in Dublin since 2017. She is the Artistic Director of MOB Theatre Dublin.
Stephen Bradley has been performing improv for over 7 years. In 2017 he graduated with a 2:1 in Drama Education with Griffith college. He is an alumni of iO West in Los Angeles where he studied The Harold. In Dublin, he has performed with groups Not the Eyes, Boston's Improv Asylum and currently MOB house team Mr. MeCoCos and MOB rep. He has performed improv in Dublin Improv Festival, Slapdash Improv Festival, Fallout Theatre (US), The Hideout Theatre (US) and Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Stephen is part of sketch duo Boys Boys Boys and has performed at the Edinburgh Fringe and Vodafone Comedy Festival. He is the Education Director of MOB Theatre Dublin.