Workshop: Saturday August 11th 3:00pm @ Artists Rep
Sat, Aug 11 from 3pm - 5pm
MAKE YOUR MOVES
This workshop is designed to help you stop treating your scene relationships/choices as arbitrary and start using them to move your scenes forward. You'll feel that your scenes become easier to be in, and feel the need to "be funny" lessen. The natural exploration of the specifics/relationships will be doing all the work for you, helping you avoid that dreaded "scene wall" where the idea doesn't seem to be funny anymore. This workshop will help you develop the skill to discover the next thing without the need for panicky invention.
Ronnie Adrian (of White Women) hails from the great state of South Carolina. He is an actor/ writer/ improviser/ musician and stand-up comedian. Ronnie doesn’t have a single career focus because he feels it’s limiting. But the one thing he wants for himself in life is to “just be happy.” He spent a lot of his adult life not being happy and not doing the things he wanted to do. Hopefully that chapter of his life is over. Ronnie is known for "Key and Peele", "Comedy Bang! Bang!", "Captain America: Civil War Reenactors", "Our RoboCop Remake", and, most recently, Don't Worry, He Won't Get Far On Foot.