Get introduced to using vulnerability to connect with yourself and the audience by using stream of consciousness in your performance.
In this workshop you will be introduced to the basics of using vulnerability as a way to connect with yourself and the audience by using stream of consciousness in your performance.
By using these techniques you will be able to trust yourself, your thoughts, and performance style without negative judgements.
In this workshop, all emotions are welcomed.
About the Instructor: Rob Santos is a veteran stand up comedian from the Hartford area of 15 plus years. He is a father, actor, writer, teacher, performer, and mental health patient. His one man show Millennial Spigger- won best of the fest by the Hartford Fringe Festival in 2022. He is currently working on a web series based out of the Hartford entitled "Beige", a show that touches on mental health, identity, and family. He has performed all over the country after getting his start in New York City back in 2008, where he learned stand up in the NYC comedy clubs and at American Comedy Institute from well known comedy teacher Stephen Rosenfield. He has also learned improv from UCB and The PIT while in NYC before returning back to the CT area. After being diagnosed with BPD (borderline personality disorder) back in 2017, Rob has learned his most important skills that he uses in his work and in his personal life daily. From his therapies of the past 5+ years, he is continuing to perfect the skills of DBT (dialectical behavioral therapy) and CBT (cognitive behavioral therapy), it's that mental and emotional training that has helped him ascend his work and comedic style to another level, and he now wants to share these skills with the world.
Each One, Teach One
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