Thursday 10/5 – Thursday 11/16




In Sketch Writing Level 1: The Basics of Sketch, students will develop the fundamental skills they need to start writing original comedy sketches. Build your sketch toolkit with the essentials – how to come up with a sketch idea, how to employ classic sketch structure, how to create memorable characters, how to clearly communicate your ideas to your audience.

Students will write multiple sketches during the course of this class, with PIT Teacher will guide them through every step of the process with positive, hands-on instruction.

Feedback and collaboration are central to this class that is appropriate for brand new sketch writers, writers who have already completed “Joy of Sketch,” or writers with some sketch experience who want to get back to basics.


* As of 7/1/2023, we are instituting a strict no refund policy.

Please note, class start dates are subject to be postponed up to 4 weeks from original posted date


Calendar for ONLINE Level 1 Sketch


Scott Kremer

Scott Kremer

Sketch Writing

Scott is a comedy writer, and also a practicing trial attorney.  He is the head writer and director of the sketch comedy group, Klondike 237, which performed regularly at ImprovBoston in Cambridge, MA.   He was a sketch writer for Old School Game Show, and was an Associate Producer of SketchHaus, a weekly, live sketch show. He also taught sketch comedy at ImprovBoston.