Level 1 Improv DAYTIME | May 21st | Nick Carrillo
About the class
This class incorporates scenework, movement-based and group exercises to explore the primary fundamentals of improvisation, making you more confident, trusting and graceful on stage. Learn how to say “yes, and…,” make positive choices, initiate and commit to scenes, heighten, use tag-outs and walk-ons, and deliver real-life monologues.
The PIT’s Introduction to Improv class emphasizes creating a rich environment for your scenes, committing to your decisions and your scene partner and beginning with the body as inspiration. There will be a final graduation performance at the PIT for friends, family, and others.
Nick Carrillo is an actor, writer, comedian from El Paso, TX. He holds a BFA in acting from the College of Santa Fe (Now the Santa Fe University of Art and Design). He then moved to New York were he studied acting at the Lee Strasberg Institute for Film and TV, and sketch/improv at UCB and the PIT. Nick is a performer and writer for the sketch group People’s Sketch Association (Funnyordie.com User’s Pick 3/09, Best Sketch Group INNY Award 2010). He also performs regularly with several indie-teams including Scoundrels, MacGuffin, and The Eskimo Bros. Nick can now be seen performing with his PIT house team USA every Wednesday night. Saved By the Bell greatly influenced his life while growing up.