So you’ve learned how to start scenes from nothing, be comfortable on stage and how to perform a simple piece. Now what? This class will be eight-weeks in the study and practice of moreintermediate improv comedy techniques that will cover the following: -Creating original, creative characters that stretch beyond the ones you currently play -Learn Short Form improv games, and the benefits of them in Long Form -Using different editing techniques to enrich your scenes -The different improv scene types that exist, and how to recognize and play each of them -Generating ideas, and how to successfully initiate with them -Learn a more intermediate long form structure and opening -Play fearlessly, supportive, and with complete freedom in every scene To be eligible for this class, you must have completed Level 1 and have teacher’s approval or have the equivalent at another improv school (just let us know your experience). In addition, the course will culminate in a graduation show that will put to use all of the skills and tools learned during the session. Classes are 3 hours, and meet for 8 weeks in addition to the graduation showcase on a separate day and take place at The Clubhouse Theatre in Los Angeles.