UPCOMING CLASSES

WPA2This fall come back to school with Big Blue Door! Big Blue Door offers the absolute best classes in longform improv comedy, storytelling, and comedy writing in Central Virginia, plus our fun and fabulous performance workshops! Big Blue Door classes don’t just teach techniques; we teach you to see more, listen better, laugh louder, enjoy your own unique brain, and discover your own voice along the way.

feb 2018 programming copy IMPROV I: CHARACTER & SCENE
Big Blue Door’s most popular class. Improv I: Character & Scene. Eight sessions of exercises, games, and a final class performance that’ll teach you how to create life-filled characters and spontaneous, hilarious scenes! Whether you’re curious about how comedy works, interested in being more confident and spontaneous, or just looking to meet people and have fun, this is one of the best classes you’ll ever take! Tuesday evenings 6:30pm-8:30pm starting September, 25th. Click her for full description!

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SKETCH COMEDY
WRITING INTENSIVE
This two-session workshop introduces students into the basis of writing sketches for stage or screen, plus putting funny scenes in longer works! Full info here.
McGuffey Art Center
Studio 20

Sunday 115-345pm
11/18 & 11/25

$65

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character workshp Big Blue Door’s late fall performance workshop will be online soon. Our Character Workshop is for graduates of Improv I or higher who want to expand their character work with monologs, games, and exercises! Email classes@bigbluedoor.org if you’d like to be alerted with this goes online.

imp 2 IMPROV II: CUTS & CALLBACK
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