Sketch Comedy Level Two Class


Jul 22, 2017 – 12:00 PM - 02:00 PM

(weekly on Saturdays for 6 times)

215 North 11th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19107 Map

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This six-week class (noon-2:00pm each Saturday from June 17th to July 22nd) builds on the lessons taught in Sketch Comedy: Level One, focusing on getting better at creating sketch comedy. Each week you will get to write and workshop new sketches. We will also focus on developing your comedic voice by honing in on what makes you laugh to write with this in mind, and using constraints to your advantage to spur your unique creativity. As a class project, we will collaborate on making one sketch video throughout the six weeks to learn the process of taking a sketch through every stage: premise generation, first draft, revisions, production, filming, and editing.

Pre-req: To enroll you must have completed Sketch Level One at any comedy theater.

Sean Keegan-Landis is a sketch comedy writer, performer, teacher, and director. He has written and performed sketches with American Breakfast and the acclaimed sketch group The Flat Earth. His sketch video Burr was featured on Nerdist, Maximum Fun and was named one of the Funniest Moments of 2014 by the Huffington Post. He has studied at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre in NYC and taken workshops with Kevin MacDonald (Kids in the Hall), Christine Nangle (Inside Amy Schumer, Saturday Night Live), and Michael Delaney (Veep, The Other Guys). When not doing comedy, Sean teaches philosophy at Rowan University and Widener University.

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