As improvisors, our greatest asset is our own unique voice. That voice is what contributes to the team. But how do you work on that? Don’t worry! Celeste Pechous has you covered.
In this workshop, we will focus on each player’s idiosyncrasies and what “tone and uniqueness” they bring to the ensemble. There is individualized detail and attention to each person’s style of play voice and how one brings so much color to the ensemble by being all encompassing in our own skin and owning all of themselves. From solitary to solidarity, this workshop examines the parts that make the whole: You.
Ready to work on your own voice? Register now for Celeste’s workshop – it takes place on Saturday, July 7th at 1:30!Register Now!
About the Instructor: Celeste Pechous has been kicking the comedy improv tires for the last two decades. As an alumnae of the National Touring Company with Second City, Pechous performed comedy all over the world. She has trained and performed at the Second City, iO Chicago/LA, and The Annoyance. Pechous was awarded most outstanding performer at The SNAFF Film Festival for her work in the dark-comedy short, Past Due, based on her short story. TV credits include Showtime’s Masters of Sex, Workaholics and Review on Comedy Central and TV Land’s Hot in Cleveland. Pechous can be seen next in Epix’s Get Shorty, HBO’s Sharp Objects and as Mrs. Wallace in One Day at a Time on Netflix. When she’s not selling you milk, insurance, BMWs or chicken, you can see her improvise regularly at Second City LA, The Pack and The Westside Comedy Theater. She is also the founder of Dosage Improv Workshops – dosageimprov.com