Advanced Musical Improv – 3-day intensive workshop with Stacey Smith
Dates: March 29th, 30th 31st
Time: 11:00 – 17:00
The price for the workshop is Eur 300 and you can only get access to CIIF18 if you apply online first. If you have already applied to participate in Copenhagen International Improv Festival 2018, you will receive a voucher that gives you a €40 discount.
Don’t worry if you have not already registered as a festival participant you can do it here and save some money on the workshop.
Please be aware if you did not register, you will have to register anyway if you sign up for the workshops unregistered.
Advanced Musical Improv is a workshop for students already familiar with the basics of Musical Improv, and are looking to expand their toolbox – or just polish the skills they already have! Focusing on song genre, creating interesting and memorable choruses and putting it all together into musical magic. We will experiment with both organic and narrative forms as well as touching upon many others!
Who can take this class?
Experience level for participants: As a minimum, you have taken a musical workshop with Stacey Smith before – The Intro workshop is OK
Stacey is a loud Long Islander who recently relocated to Boston by way of Chicago. She is currently the Comedy School Manager at ImprovBoston and can be seen performing regularly on the ImprovBoston Mainstage as well as on both the Music Improv Cast and the LateNight Improv Cast. When in Chicago, Stacey performs with The Deltones and The Musical Armando at iO as well as at CSz. She performed for many years in various projects with The Second City such as Life Hacks, The Really Awesome Improv Show, #DateMe and two contracts aboard the Norwegian Breakaway. Stacey also has various independent teams (Stacked: All-Female Musical Improv and Brouhaha: An Improvised Puppet Musical) that perform and instruct nationally at festivals. She is a former instructor in the A-E Program, Youth&Teen Program and The Wellness Program at The Second City and recently created her own program called S.H.E (Sisterhood. Humor. Empowerment) for female-identifying students ages 8-18. In addition, she also has taught at iO and The Playground Theater and is the former Head of the Training Center at CSz Theater Chicago. Stacey is the Creator/Executive Producer of the Chicago Musical Improv Festival.
Will there be a performance?
YES March 31st together with Stacey