You already know drop-in improv! Well, now we'll have one session online and one session in-person every month. But that still leaves two Fridays open and we're filling it with our new Friday Night Study Groups!
And don't worry, we'll have you out of here by 8:30 so you can still go do your regular Friday night activities - parties (those are back, right?), board game nights, or staying inside and streaming TV.... whatever it is you voice actors do on the weekend!
Continue to hone your skills outside of class in focused, low-cost study groups led by voice one alumni who have excelled in our program. These talented voice actors will give you feedback and guidance on your reads, and offer insight into their own voice over journey.
Study groups take place the second and fourth Fridays of every month (except Nov 26 and Dec 24)
Each session will focus on commercial, narration, or character reads - see website for detailed list of vo styles covered and alumni instructors.
Class Size: 3-8 students
Time: 6:30-8:30pm Pacific
Cost: $25 per session
We're also offering the season pass once again, where you get to attend all six online or in-person sessions for the price of five! That's six online sessions or six in-person sessions for just $100! And for those who would like to attend both ways, that's 12 sessions for just $200!
Purchase the Online Improv Season Pass here!
Purchase the In-Person Improv Season Pass here!
Students must register in advance for online sessions in order to receive the Zoom invite, but payment is only required upon attendance. Registration is not a commitment to attend. Purchase the Online Improv Season Pass here!
First Friday of every month, 6:30-8:30pm Pacific, $20
Held on location at the Voice One studio in San Francisco. Advanced registration is not required. Proof of Covid-19 vaccination is mandatory (see below). Purchase the In-Person Improv Season Pass here!
Third Friday of every month, 6:30-8:30pm Pacific, $20
In order to facilitate a safe and healthy learning environment, we require that all students registered for in-person classes email Voice One with proof of COVID-19 vaccination. Please send your proof of vaccination to firstname.lastname@example.org after registering for an in-person class.
If you have any questions or concerns regarding our policy, please don’t hesitate to reach out. You can also read more about our COVID safety procedures here.
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