Friday, June 5, 2009

Improv Class for Actors and Writers

Improv Class For Actors & Writers : Now Every Thursday, with Lee Stranahan.

Come and be part of the fun on Thursday nights in Albuquerque.

Do you want to dramatically improve your audition technique and
confidence? Or do you want to write for tv, film or stage? Want to
have a great time while building your skills and resume?

Come take a three hour improv class in Albuquerque every Thursday night.

Here's what our students say ....

"Albuquerque finally has a great improv class! Completely
comfortable, and a total blast. I would recommend Lee Stranahan's
class to any local actor- beginners and advanced actors."

Whether you have no improv experience or have taken other classes,
you'll enjoy this energetic actors workout and learn skills that will
help you whether you're an actor, writer or directors. The class will
include exercises, games, and scene work.

Instructor Lee Stranahan was an improv performer for over a decade in
Los Angeles, where he worked with now famous talent like Matthew Perry
and Wayne Brady. Lee has taught classes around the world, worked in
broadcast television and film and his YouTube videos have over
3,000,000 views and earned him rave reviews from Time, Newsweek, Rosie
O'Donnell and Talladega Nights writer/director Adam McKay. Lee is also
a featured writer at one of the world's most read websites, The
Huffington Post. To learn more, visit his website is

You MUST register to attend. Space is limited so email right away -

Location : 302 Washington SE, Albuquerque
Date : Every Thursday
Time : 6:30 - 9:30 pm
Cost : $20 / class or $75 / 4 weeks