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LITFest19 Workshop #5 - Dial "I" For Improv
LITFest19 Workshop #5 - Dial "I" For Improv

Sun, Jun 02


770 M St SE

LITFest19 Workshop #5 - Dial "I" For Improv

Dial "I" For Improv with Alex Young & Caleb George

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Time & Location

Jun 02, 2019, 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM

770 M St SE, 770 M St SE, Washington, DC 20003, USA

About the event

Whether you’re doing an improv show or standing in the middle of a crime scene holding the murder weapon… you’re going to have to think fast. In this workshop, you will learn about infusing scenes with the stakes and suspense of genre films. Exercises based around the work of David Fincher, Agatha Christie, and Alfred Hitchcock will help participants get in the habit of gifting details, responding honestly to twists, and finding the motivations behind motives.


Alex Young is an original member of HitchCocktails, and currently performs in Trigger Happy at the Annoyance theater. She also performed and taught workshops with Second City Theatricals on Norwegian Cruise Lines for 2 years.

Caleb George has had extensive experience coaching, teaching and creating curriculum for all ages. He was the proud coach of the Loyola 45Kings, 2015’s 6th rank college team in the nation after making it to Nationals of the College Improv Tournament and ran CSz Chicago’s High School League from 2013-2015. He has taught numerous high school workshops and seminars through the Chicago Improv Productions of which he has been a performer, MC, and teacher since 2011. Caleb’s expertise falls within short form. He was the Training Center manager for ComedySportz Chicago where he created The Chicago School of Professional Improvisation, an advanced improv training program for seasoned performers wanting to learn game based short form. Caleb offers numerous workshops across several different performance spectrums and would love teach or coach for you. For info, please e-mail


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