Monique Moses is a Canadian born, Brooklyn based actor, writer and comedian. She teaches improv at UCB, and has directed sketch house teams for the PIT, the Magnet Theatre and BoogieManja Sketch. TV credits include Desus & Mero (Showtime), Broad City (Comedy Central), Full Frontal with Samantha Bee (TBS), and digital shows for IFC’s Comedy Crib (XPAT, Sport Court) and Comedy Central (Astronomy Club). In the summer of 2016, she won Best Actress at the Midtown International Theatre Festival for portraying Wu Tang Clan’s The RZA in off-Broadway musical Martin Shkreli’s Game: How Bill Murray Joined The Wu-Tang Clan BECAUSE ANYTHING IS POSSIBLE.

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How to Progress a Scene When You’re Feeling Stuck!

Friday, 6 September, 4 – 7 pm
All levels | English

Have you ever been in a scene and just didn’t know what to do or say next? In this workshop, students will drill improv core concepts (agreement, point of view, listening and using one’s environment) in order to confidently overcome those sticky situations and help move the scene forward. This workshop can serve as a prerequisite to the exploration and heightening necessary in game moves, perfect for anyone new to using game but also good for this familiar who’d like to drill the concept. All levels are welcome.


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