The first moments of any scene contain a huge amount of information. Often times, we ignore what’s right in front of us, kidding ourselves that The Scene hasn’t “started” yet, so we miss important clues. In our rush (sometimes panic!) to establish the scene, we concentrate so hard we forget to pay attention. This workshop focuses on how to say “Yes” to what’s already happening and use that to discover specifics about Character, Relationship, and Patterns. Learn to slow down, look and listen, and use what you discover. You’ll find you don’t have to work nearly as hard as you think you do.
- Instructor: Eric Hunicutt
- Date: Sat. April 22nd
- Time: 2:00pm-4:00pm
- Location: The Torch Theatre
- 4721 N Central Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85012
- Cost: $65.00 Regular
- Requirement: Any Experience Level
- Wait List Only
- REGISTER NOW
Eric Hunicutt is an actor, director, writer, teacher and coach in Los Angeles. He’s been performing for 20+ years, everything from Shakespeare in a cemetery to sketch comedy in dive bars, television, feature and short films, music videos, live theatre, and over 20 years of performing all kinds of improv; short form games to Harolds to duo shows. He is a member of the acclaimed ensemble The Reckoning, which formed at iO Chicago 15 years ago and appears at iO West in Los Angeles every Thursday evening. Eric has taught improv for over a decade, as well as acting technique and scene study. He has taught at iO West, Steppenwolf Classes West, The Art of Acting, Warner Loughlin Studios, UC San Diego, and is an annual Guest Artist and teacher at California State University’s Summer Arts intensive.