All Gals w/ Julie Brister

We will work on getting you to ignore your inner critic. We’ll be pulling strong ideas and initiating clearly and committing to playing truthful and unique characters outside of the mom and girlfriend zone. Julie will also side-coach and give adjustments to guide you towards the game or the interesting thing. This workshop is where women of all ages and experience levels can play fearlessly in a safe, supportive environment.

Date & Time: Saturday, March 18th – 11:00am-1:00pm

Location: Torch Theatre

Cost: $45

Requirement: This workshop is for women at all levels of experience.


Bio: Julie Brister is an actress and longtime performer at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater and has taught long-form improv there for the past 17 years. She’s done workshops at dozens of festivals all over the U.S., including the Del Close Marathon in NYC and Out of Bounds in Austin. As an actress, she has recurring roles on Goliath on Amazon and on Review on Comedy Central as Forrest’s inept attorney. Other TV credits include Transparent, Dr. Ken, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Playing House, Newsreaders and Parks and Recreation. She loves campfires.

Tuition: $45


Event Details

TERMS & CONDITIONS: Workshops require immediate payment to secure your spot. If you are on the waitlist please ignore the redirect after submitting. All cancellations are non-refundable within two days before your scheduled workshop.
This class is not recommended for beginners. If you are a beginner and want to take this class, please contact
TERMS & CONDITIONS: After registration you will be redirected to make immediate payment of full workshop tuition. If you choose not to pay upon registration your spot will be subject to removal if the workshop sells out. You are responsible to have your workshop paid 24 hours before the scheduled date. You can find out how to pay through your confirmation email. Cancellation within two days before your scheduled workshop will forfeit a tuition refund. Showing up late without contacting us could also result in dismissal.
The Torch Theatre requires all students and performers to understand and sign our Code of Conduct on order to continue a safe and welcoming community.
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