Level 3 Improv | June 13th | Sarah Morgan Ashey
About the class
This class will help students to use their knowledge of the IMPROV YOUR LIFE™ philosophy as applied to scenework to create a fully-formed improvised show. Students will focus on developing stronger relationships between characters, using walk-ons and tag-outs to enrich the funny, pacing through editing, heightening scenes, three-beat structure, and making connections between scenes. Students will leave this level understanding how to perform a standard long form structure.
Sarah Morgan Ashey
Sarah Morgan Ashey is an actress, improviser, writer & baker originally from Memphis, Tennessee.
Some of her favorite credits include: Emily Webb (Our Town), Queen Aggravain (Once Upon a Mattress), May (The Last Train to Nibroc) and Miss Piggy (We Love TV Presents: The Muppet Show!).
You can catch Sarah perform every week with Sick Passenger (improv) at the Peoples Improv Theater.
Her original written works have been performed in the Tennessee Women’s Theater Festival, The Boston Comedy Arts Festival, The Peoples Improv Theater and more. Sarah is the co-writer of the musical, A Hardboiled Christmas, which was professionally produced at the Boiler Room Theater in Nashville, TN. Most recently, her new TV pilot script, Flying Blind, co-created with her writing partner, Frankie Johnson, was named a winner in the First Ten Pages Screenplay Competition.
She currently resides in Brooklyn with her husband Paul and is the proud co-owner of Kings Kolache, a Brooklyn based bakery featured on the Today Show, NPR and Bon Appetit Magazine.
Listen below to hear more about Sarah’s teaching style and improv philosophy, and to learn more about The PIT in her discussion with PIT Founder Ali Farahnakian.