Welcome to Level Two! You're moving up in the world
Level Two will see you progress into advanced scene work, building on the foundations of Level One and then introduce some of the thematic and structural principles of longform.
We'll cover a broad selection of techniques for "getting out of your head", further develop your ability to create games within scenes and work more on organically exploring your scenes - Plus we'll introduce Editing! Character work! Playing things that aren't people! Background support! Monologues! and much more!
This class requires that you have graduated from Monkey Toast's Level One Class or to have auditioned in - either way, you'll have been given a code to access the tickets, or you may request if need be. If you'd like to audition for this class, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org before March 10th.
Here are the class facts:
What? Monkey Toast weekly Level Two Improv Class.
When? Saturday 18th March - Saturday 13th May 2017, 3.15pm - 6.15pm. NOTE there is no class on the Easter weekend (Saturday 15th April).
How? Simply pay £200 to obtain a place in the class - we limit level two classes to 14 places. If you need to pay in installments, we can accomodate you - please contact email@example.com
Who? Your instructor is Monkey Toast's Artistic Director, Paul Foxcroft.
If you have any questions, feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org
Other than that, I'll see you in class!
Tuition is non-refundable and non-transferable. However, if you drop out of the class before it starts and if we are able to fill your spot, you will receive a full refund (minus an admin fee and any fees changed by Billetto).
If you are between the ages of 16 and 18 at the beginning of term, we will need either written or verbal permission from a parent or guardian for you to enroll in the class. If you're under 16, you'll have to wait for that birthday.
Monkey Toast is committed to being a safe space for all of our students to learn and to express themselves. To that end, we reserve the right to remove any student who jeopardises the safe environment that we have created within our classes or our performances.