Does your improv start out strong, but sag in the middle or fizzle at the end? Learn to attack the stage with relentless energy and fearless hustle from the high energy members of Casually Dope! This rep-focused workshop will give you actionable strategies for finding the funny in your sets and ways to enhance it. You’ll work on making every moment count and riding the scenic wave to improv nirvana.
This is an intermediate+ workshop. To register, you should have minimum 50 hours of improv experience & instruction. If you have questions about your level, contact email@example.com
Taught by Ti Coleman and AJ McCombs
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.
Alan J. McCombs joined the Baltimore Improv Group in 2014. McCombs trained with BIG as well as in workshops in Maryland, Washington, D.C. and in Philadelphia. McCombs was a founding member of Casually Dope, a BIG special project formed in 2013 as Minority Re’port. McCombs also performs with Local Spot and directs and performs with After School Grandma and Fade to Black. McCombs has performed in a variety of festivals across the country including the San Diego Improv Festival, the Boston Comedy Arts Festival, and the Del Close Marathon. McCombs has performed with independent Baltimore-area troupes, including Doomhilda and Thighmeat as well as producing the Caucus mash up program.