Fredericton theatre company announces a new series of improv classes beginning in October.
Solo Chicken Productions have created a welcoming roost for adults looking to learn, study and practice various aspects of theatre performance. Known for their highly physical productions and wide ranging community programming, SCP has over the past few years, cemented its place as a versatile performance/training organization and an essential part of the Fredericton theatre community.
Following the launch of its GROUNDWORKS series of digital workshops in 2020, SCP have continued to roll out new opportunities for emerging theatre artists and curious would-bes to discover and go deep into many aspects of solo and group performance, both digitally and in-person. This week, SCP announced the latest in its GROUNDWORKS series: Solo Chicken Improv, a three-part series exploring the ins and outs of improvisation. Want to learn how to be a better storyteller? Want to entertain the room? Maybe you just want to build your personal confidence in a warm, supportive environment. If so, this fall-winter-spring series may be just what you’re looking for.
Led by coop Co-Artistic Director and Hot Garbage Comedy Co-Founder, Jean-Michel Cliche, SCP have partnered with the Charlotte Street Arts Centre to offer a three-tiered program of fun and focused improv training for performers of all experience levels, running from October 2021 through until the spring.
LEVEL 1 | 8 Classes | Tuesday Oct 5 – Nov 23, 2021 | 7 p.m – 9 p.m.
LEVEL 2 | Winter 2022 | (Dates TBA)
LEVEL 3 | Spring 2022 | (Dates TBA)
Full program details and registration information can be found at solochickenproductions.com. Registration is now open and space is limited.