Sunday, January 20, 2013
Unexpected Productions Improv School is proud to present an opportunity to study with well-known comedian, and comedy instructor Eddie Brill.
Are you ready to take your performance to the next level? Receive feedback and career direction from Eddie Brill, one of the comedy industry's best teachers and comedians.
This one-day comedy workshop is created and presented by Eddie Brill. Brill is the warm-up comedian, and former talent coordinator for the Late Show with David Letterman. He has been running this one-of-a-kind workshop for stand-up comedians and improvisers since 1998. Brill will provide insightful instruction in towards gaining the insight and understanding necessary in order to develop your improv style, by using stand-up comedy techniques, and direct feedback. This master class will benefit to improvisers, stand-up comedians and actors.
Date- Sunday January 20, 10:00am to 5:00pm with a 1 hour break for lunch
Maximum Student: 12
Registration Link: https://co.clickandpledge.com/?wid=55547
Each workshop participant receives individual coaching on the spot from Brill, as well as from fellow classmates. This technique allows for a unique student-teacher perspective. Itís a process of building a firm foundation to easily understand how to truly be yourself onstage.
This rare opportunity for performers to be totally honest with themselves and their abilities. It is seriously minded only. Be ready for a full and hardworking day.
Brill only allows a handful of participants in this workshop; this helps achieve maximum focus with each member of this workshop. We suggest you act expeditiously, and take advantage of this unique opportunity. It will be an experience you will never forget!
Eddie Brill Bio
Eddie Brill is a well-respected and extremely funny stand-up comedian here in the USA and abroad. He has been a regular on the comedy scene in England since 1989. Eddie also works regularly in Australia, Ireland, Scotland, Canada, France, Holland and Hong Kong.
He was born and raised in New York...and re-raised in Hollywood, FL. For the past sixteen years and counting, has worked on the Late Show with David Letterman. He is currently the audience warm-up, and for eleven years he was the Talent Coordinator for the comedians who appeared on the show.
He started stand-up comedy in the late 70's in college, but moved back to NY and was a copywriter for an advertising agency for a short while. But in July of 1984 he got back into doing stand-up when he started, booked and hosted the hugely successful Paper Moon Comedy Club in the west village of NYC and hasn't stopped since. Since then he has become an international comedian who can work most anywhere in the world...anywhere in the world, where they speak English of course. He has taped more than 100 television shows in six different countries. He is also a 3-time MAC Award Winner (Man