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What Drives a Scene – Improv Workshop

February 10 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm


Join us for a special workshop with guest instructor James Stebick, the improv director at the Amazing Comedy Theater! This workshop, What Drives a Scene, is limited to just 20 students and is only available on Saturday, February 10 from 1 – 4 PM.

Cut down on the nebulous “feeling out” phase that starts off so many improv scenes! Scenes can be compelling for any number of reasons and this class will help you identify and follow those reasons. This workshop will allow you to dive right into interesting scene work and keep audiences hooked on what’s happening onstage.

All improv experience levels welcome.

Guest Instructor James Stebick is the improv director at the Amazing Comedy Theater in Huntington Beach California. He has been a part of the improv community in Orange County California for twenty years performing, producing, and teaching improv. James’ training includes ComedySportz LA, iO West and Spectacles Improv Engine. He’s been involved with countless teams and performed multiple different styles over the years including short form, musical and even puppet improv. A former Blockbuster Video greeter from Mission Viejo, James Stebick is passionate about improv and sharing that passion with others.


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February 10
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
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