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Conservatory Level

  • 900 US dollars
  • Impro Theatre

Service Description

Romantic Comedy is one of the most important genres in the Impro School curriculum. Unfortunately, when some students hear Romantic Comedy, they think cliche, sentimental, and cheesy. However at Impro School, RomCom is a playful and demanding genre for the actor. It is the foundation for many genres of the Impro Theatre repertoire: Shakespeare, Jane Austen, Chekhov, etc. When studying and performing Romantic Comedy, students learn to use emotion and romance in their improv like falling in love, bonding over shared values, and turning up the heat. RomCom explores relationship triangles and their role in narrative storytelling. Impro School’s RomCom is a very inclusive genre, and each ensemble begins an ongoing discussion on inclusion in narrative storytelling along with the positives and negative impacts of playing certain character traits that might be outside of your personal experience. RomCom is a cinematic style that requires shorter scenes, multiple locations, and a strong central story arc. Improvisers learn tools to serve the story whether that means playing the central protagonist or supporting the central story arch with grounded, yet playful support characters. RomCom requires improvisers to invest deeper into their work as an improvisational actor. Romantic Comedy may seem easy, but in reality, this genre is very challenging and requires performers to bring their best actor to the improv stage.

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1727 N Vermont Ave

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