Musical Improv Focus
4-week Focus-Level Musical Improv Course
|Instructor: Greg Ludovici|
Four Sunday afternoons
Starting November 3, 2013
2:30pm to 4:30pm
Where: Sea Tea Improv Studio
Prerequisites: Completion of at least two of our “Foundation” level courses (The Scene, The Game, The Character), or permission from Sea Tea Improv (request permission by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org).
|Ever wish you could burst into song and have the rest of the world sing along? In this course Sea Tea Improv proves life can become a musical where everyone knows the words and dance moves, even though you’re making them up on-the-spot. We’ll explore standard song structures, musical games, and more. This course is also great for song-writers.|
Improv experience is recommended, but you don’t need to be a singer. If you usually just rock-out with your car stereo, we’d love to rock out with you in class. 4-weeks, 2 hours each. No performance.
This course is limited to 12 students.
(No PayPal account required to register)
|About the Instructor:|
Greg Ludovici is a professional actor who has studied and performed in New York, London, and throughout Connecticut. In addition to performing with Sea Tea Improv, he has acted professionally with with Hartford Stage, Bated Breath Theatre Company, Hartford Children’s Theatre, and many other companies. Greg holds a Master’s Degree in Business Administration from UConn, and his undergraduate focuses at Skidmore College were vocal performance, and computer science. In the field of improv, Greg is an INNY Award-nominated coach, instructor, and corporate trainer. He graduated from the Upright Citizens Brigade’s Improv Training Program, in New York City, where he was selected for their Advanced Study Program. Furthermore, Greg has studied improvised musical theater at the Upright Citizens Brigade, The Magnet, and The PIT. Locally, Greg completed Hartford Stage’s Complete Actor and Flying Blind Improv programs. In addition to theater, Greg manages and produces digital media for LEGO Systems, and he sits on the Board of Directors for Business for Downtown Hartford.