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AP3: Scene Work: Thursday

AP3 is about taking that next step in scenes. While AP2 focused on the beginning moments of a scene, in AP3 students are challenged to play with more complexity and style, juggling it all within a scene while always maintaining their strong point of view. Aspects of this class include:

  • Acknowledging the realities of your scene partner
  • Scenic development: Finding the Highways and Bi-ways of a scene to extend its length
  • Managing context without getting in your head (the who/what/where/when/why/etc.)
  • Creating specific, surprising choices
  • Playing with Opposites and Curve Balls
  • Creating and playing with multiple patterns or games in a scene
  • In-depth three person and group scene work
  • Protecting and Playing the Freak
  • Learning how to repair a scene that isn’t working
  • Managing forms and style
  • DaDa scenes (playing fiercely without needing to “make sense”)
  • Justification: how to use it not out of fear but as a tool.
  • Personal challenge and goals based on individual feedback

Students must have completed AP2 to take AP3.

Need a payment plan?  Choose Payment Plan when signing up!   The second payment (1/2 the cost of the class) will be auto-debited from the card you use on September 10th.  It’s that simple!

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If you are signing up for AP3-AP5 please list last Annoyance class you took and the teacher. If you are entering AP2 without having completed the AP1 Prerequisite, please list previous outside experience. If signing up for AP1, please list your favorite fish noise.

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Rosie Moan

Rosie Moan is an actor/writer/comedian and a Chicago transplant  She can be seen improvising regularly at iO, the Annoyance, Second City, and with the Ensemble at Laugh Out Loud Theater. You can also catch her story-telling, doing solo work, and … Continue reading Rosie Moan