GRADES 6-8 FREE OPEN HOUSE – 9/14/19

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A chance to meet the teachers and experience a sampling of exercises from the Short-Form Improv class! While your child is having fun, parents and guardians may meet with staff from PHIT’s Training Center over coffee, juice, donuts, and bagels to learn more information about the program at PHIT and how to sign up.

Day: Saturday
Dates: 9/8/2018
Time: 10:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.

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A chance to meet the teachers and experience a sampling of exercises from the Short-Form Improv class! While your child is having fun, parents and guardians may meet with staff from PHIT’s Training Center over coffee, juice, donuts, and bagels to learn more information about the program at PHIT and how to sign up.

In Long-Form Improv class students will practice the art of long-form improvisation by learning the key concept of “Yes, and..”. They will also learn important improv skills like: listening, creating characters, establishing relationships, exploring scenes with objects, and environment work. Integrating more advanced concepts, students will then combine these skills to create fully improvised scenes with a partner and discover how scenes can grow through agreement and support.

Day: Saturday
Date: 9/14/2019
Time: 10:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.

INSTRUCTOR
Joe Tuzzi

 

ABOUT JOE

Joe has been a member of the PHIT Kids and Teens faculty since 2014 and is the director of the PHIT Family Friendly Show, Finders Keepers. Joe performs regularly as a member of the PHIT house team Fjord. In addition, he can be seen performing on the indie team Bill Parks, the indie duo Roomies, and the indie sketch duo, Porcelain Pig. Formerly, Joe was one of the hosts of the PHIT late night talk show, Two Late with Rob and Joe, and he performed as a member of the house team, This is Your Captain. Joe started doing comedy way back in the year 2013 when he began to study improv at PHIT and continued to study under Mike Marbach, Steve Kleinedler, Nick Mirra, Kristen Schier and Adam Siry. Joe has also taken sketch at PHIT under Brian Kelly and Paul Triggiani, as well as Kevin McDonald, from Kids in the Hall.  If you ever see Joe in person, you should ask about the “Alligator Incident,” or just say hi, or bake him a pie because pie is nice.

WHAT PARENTS AND STUDENTS SAY ABOUT JOE
“Joe was so relatable to the kids which made my son more comfortable and free to be creative.”