Beginning Improv: Creating Ensemble for Native Performers
Dates: Sundays, October 24 ‒ December 12 | 10 a.m. ‒ noon CDT
Location: Classrooms 1 and 2 (in person at the Guthrie)
Class Fee: Free
Instructor: Ernest Briggs (White Earth Band of Chippewa)
Capacity: 15 participants
Using community and acting techniques, we will learn the fundamentals of improvisation: conceptual agreement, character creation, team building and active listening in order to create intelligent and honest scene work. This class places a strong emphasis on ensemble building and creating a community of artists while building confidence and doing great scene work that is way more than comedy. All ages welcome.
● To develop, understand and perform the fundamentals of improvisation
● To understand the importance of ensemble and community in arts creation
● To develop the confidence to trust your instincts in a situation
HEALTH AND SAFETY NOTE: Masks and proof of full vaccination against COVID-19 or a negative COVID-19 test are required to attend a class at the Guthrie. Please visit
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This class is supported by Arts Access funding from the Minnesota State Arts Board.
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