Some call it space work, object work or pantomime but I teach Environment. It is an amazing tool of imagination and immersion and it is often one of the last things improvisers truly work on, when it should be one of the first. I can’t wait to show you it’s full potential. Let’s build a world together!

Prerequisite: Level 1 or equivalent basic improv skills

Date & Time: Saturday, October 29th 2:30pm-5:30pm


12072682_10153325032087982_5183700922662662545_nBIO: Josh Nicols is the Director/Co-Owner of Spectacles Improv Engine in Fullerton, Ca. He is also the director of The Orange County Improv Festival and Co-Director of The Improv Cup.
Josh is passionate about teaching improv. He has coached/taught improv for thousands of hours in his 20 years plus as a student of the art learning from some of improv’s greatest luminaries and regional masters.
Josh teaches organic improv with a focus on discovery and connection. His techniques keep you in the moment, out of your head, and confident. He will load your tool belt with methods that help you effortlessly start scenes. He can pick the locks of your bad habits and shine your innate strengths.
Josh has proudly taught at The Torch Theatre in Phoenix, OTC in Cedar City, SideStage in San Diego, Orange County, The Inland Empire & Long Beach.

Tuition: $30


Event Details

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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.
This is a new document as of November 2018 and all workshop attendees should complete this document. We appreciate your understanding as we continue to foster a safe and welcoming place to collaborate artistically through improvisation.
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