Workshop: Finding Your Comedic Voice

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Solo Chicken Productions will host a 5 week workshop for aspiring stand up comedians, writers and performers beginning in November.

Photo: Kelly Baker Photography.
Photo: Kelly Baker Photography.

Finding your Comedic Voice is a 5 week workshop for aspiring stand up comedians, monologists and anyone else who wants to say funny things to a group of people. You’ll learn the bones of a stand up set, the unspoken rules of performing stand up, and be able to workshop your material in a supportive space. Most importantly, this workshop help you find your unique voice. Participants will get to show off their skills with a 5 minute set at a stand up showcase at the end of the series. Open to all levels of performers, Finding your Comedic Voice is ideal for a newbie who wants to dip their toe in the sticky waters of comedy.

This workshop series will be taught by Gill Salmon. Gill is a writer, improviser, actor, stand up comedian and Second City Conservatory Grad. She is a collaborator with Dead Serious Comedy and most recently, wrapped filming as a principal actor in Strike Pictures’ feature film, “Do I Know You from Somewhere?”

Finding Your Comedic Voice runs Tuesday evenings Nov. 14 – Dec. 12, 7-9 p.m. with instructor Gill Salmon. Classes will take place at the Charlotte Street Arts Centre, 732 Charlotte St, Fredericton, NB E3B 1M5. 

Please note: This space is equipped with an elevator and is wheelchair accessible.

Register today. Space is limited. 

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