Use It to Prove It

What do you do when your character would say “no” but you want to keep moving forward? Anything that happens in the scene is an opportunity to prove who you character is. When your character has an opportunity to do something, do it and prove who your character is while doing it!
This workshop will help you trust in your character and replace those moments of thinking or talking about what happens next into moments of doing what happens next.

Prerequisite: Level 1 or equivalent basic improv skills

Date & Time: Sunday, October 30th 11:00am-2:00pm


matt-hsBIO: Matt Thomas is one of the founders of Spectacles Improv Engine in Fullerton, CA, and plays an integral role in its continued growth and success. His efforts both on-stage and off have helped Spectacles rise from a single short-form team into a full blown improv company with over 100 members performing in dozens of teams and shows.

Aside from Spectacles, he has performed at Second City, the Pack Theater, and on the iO West mainstage. His passion for improv is reflected in his meticulous study of the craft. He has studied under the likes of Miles Stroth, Craig Cackowski, Paul Vaillancourt, Bob Dassie, Dave Razowsky, Nick Armstrong, Jason Shotts, Dave Hill, Karen Graci, and more.  He pays his vast knowledge forward to the Spectacles class students and the teams that he coaches.
He serves as the co-director of the Improv Cup, an annual competition that has brought together hundreds of improvisers from in and around Southern California to raise money for charity. He is also an organizer for the Orange County Improv Festival.
Matt can be currently seen performing on a weekly basis at Spectacles and once a month at the Pack Theater.

Tuition: $30


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.
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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