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ONLINE Listen Like A Thief Workshop 2-4:00PM EST

Saturday 12/11 2:00 pm

Instructor: Jenn Bianchi

The best way to get out of your own way is to focus on your partner.  "Listen like a thief" will help you believe in your partners deal harder than they can.  When we listen with our whole bodies, not just ears, we will pick on subtle cues to find something wonderful right away and heighten on established patterns.

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Remote Classes Added

Voted "Best Improv Classes" by New York Magazine, the PIT Comedy School is dedicated to fostering the art of comedic theater through coursework in Performance, Professional Writing & Production.

ONLINE Level 4 Stand Up 7:00-9:00PM EST

Monday 1/3 – Tuesday 2/8

Instructor: Nicole Korkolis

Ten minutes of solid stand up can help you get booked on other people’s shows and potentially be an opener for two other comics as you host a show. This class is perfect for those who have completed Levels 2 or 3 and/or comedians who have multiple years of experience performing stand up.

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ONLINE Improv Your Life Skills 6:00-8:00 PM EST

Wednesday 1/5 6:00 pm

Instructor: Taren Sterry

Improv teaches us how to say “yes, and”, relate to others as geniuses, and make bold statements to keep things moving forward.


What if you could apply these principles to every aspect of your life and business? 


Life and business coach Taren Sterry, PCC, will show you how. In this class we’ll combine the fundamentals of improv with the fundamentals of professional coaching in order to move your life and business forward. 


You’ll learn: 

How to create opportunities (not “find” them). 

How to use fear as fuel.

How to make powerful choices (even when the future is uncertain). 


How to get unstuck in your projects and goals.


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ONLINE So Emotional Workshop 2-4:00PM EST

Saturday 1/8 2:00 pm

Instructor: Jenn Bianchi

Release your inner Whitney Houston and get SOOO EMOTIONAL!  In this workshop we will focus on how to have richer scenes by letting our emotions get the best of us.  Working on high, and low, stakes emotions give a richer character development that leads to relationships that in turn affect the action.  Choosing to make emotional choices versus wacky ones will bring out more unexpected yet real humor to your improv show! 

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