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Learn to use your own experience to inform your improv, creating authentic scenes by tapping into your own life journey. We will guide you in using your experiences and beliefs to create genuine improv. Designed for members of currently underrepresented groups such as POC, women, older players, queer, and gender-non-conforming players to use your life experience to fuel scenes. Don’t think about being different as being a handicap in improv; think about it as your secret weapon for attacking stages. This safe and supportive workshop creates space for everyone to be included
This workshop is open to all levels of players – no previous improv experience is required.
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Taught by Ti Coleman and Rasheed Green, with support from other members of Casually Dope
Ti Coleman got his improv start taking classes at Washington Improv Theatre (WIT) and hasn’t looked back since. He is now a veteran performer and instructor at Baltimore Improv Group, and performs with one of their flagship groups, Casually Dope. Ti is an expert storyteller and a teaching artist at Creative Alliance and Arts4Learning.
Actor/comedian Rasheed Green spends his free time performing improv, sketch comedy, and in plays around Baltimore and Washington, D.C. He has been performing with Baltimore Improv Group since 2013 as a member of the troupes Photobomb, Casually Dope and Aftermath. Rasheed is a frequent and emcee of various community events most notably the annual Baltimore LGBT Pride Festival/Block Party.