Chicago Style Triple Threat is a one night workshop that offers students a chance to strengthen their improv, acting, and vocal performance skills!
All adults 18 + are invited to participate in this workshop. No improv, acting, or vocal performance experience required. This workshop is perfect for both the absolute beginner and the seasoned performer.
Participant and audit seats available. To reserve a $15 audit seat use the code AUDIT at checkout.
Intro to the Art of Slow Improv with Jimmy Carrane
Jimmy believes that improv should be as easy as having a conversation and that is what the Art of Slow Comedy method is all about. It does not matter if you are a seasoned actor or new to improv, Jimmy will meet you where you are at.
In this in-person workshop, you will learn the tools of improvisation. We will work on:
- Being more authentic and vulnerable
- Becoming more creative and spontaneous.
- Having a freedom on stage that you have never experienced before.
- Learning to be supported in taking more risks on stage
Open Scenes with Jack Schultz
When an actor gets a script, it’s easy to immediately get trapped in their head about the “correct” way to say their lines. In the second section of Chicago Style Triple Threat students will:
- Memorize a short scene
- Experiment with techniques that allow the scene to feel like an improvisation with memorized words
- Share the scenes with the class
Musical Improv with Alexandra Plattos Sulack
Musical improv is an extension of scenic work. In this third section of the Chicago Style Triple Threat workshop, we will:
- Explore vocal warm ups and why they’re important
- Build upon the listening and communication skills with vocal clowning
- Play structured games to continue building on listening skills already at play throughout the workshop
If a student is withdrawing from class more than 7 days prior to start date, the amount of the tuition paid including a $108 non-refundable deposit will be kept on credit at the studio for a year, to be used on a future class.
Alternatively, students who withdraw more than 7 days prior to the start date can keep $108 non-refundable deposit on file to be applied to a future class and any other payments made will be refunded to the original payment method.
If you drop the class ON THE DAY OF THE FIRST CLASS OR AFTER, the full tuition is non-refundable, non-transferrable, and may not be kept on file for a future class.
We appreciate you respecting this policy for the best experience for our instructors and students!
Please reach out at 773-217-9565 if you have any questions.
Occasionally we’ll have to cancel a call due to low enrollment. We’re sorry if that happens to you! If we have to cancel a class you’ve signed up for, we will give you at least 48 hours notice and promptly start your refund process.
In the event that class is canceled due to circumstances beyond our control (including but not limited to extreme weather and pandemic related shutdowns), make-up classes will be scheduled as soon as it’s safe for our students and instructors to be together safely at the studio. In some cases classes may transfer to an online platform. If a student is unable to attend the rescheduled class due to circumstances beyond our control (including but not limited to extreme weather and pandemic related shutdowns) that student will receive credit on their account for the value of missed classes.
In order to get the most out of your work with us, our students should make showing up to every class on time a priority.
We understand that things do come up so if you know you’re going to miss a class, please give your instructor as advance notice as possible. This will help them get you caught up and not throw off the rest of the group. Scheduling a make-up class is possible but not guaranteed.
Students enrolled in our Meisner Acting Program can only advance to the next level if they’ve attended at least 6 of their 8 sessions. If a student misses more than 2 sessions, they will need to retake the level in order to advance in the program.
This workshop is led by Jimmy Carrane, Alexandra Plattos Sulack, and Jack Schultz.
About the Teacher
Jack Schultz is an actor, teacher, and storyteller in Chicago. He’s the Artistic Director of Green Shirt Studio and former Artistic Director of The Agency where his solo show I’m Falling In Love All The Time enjoyed a sold out run on Chicago’s off-loop theatre scene. A story exploring opioid addiction through the lens of caffeine and romantic relationships, I’m Falling In Love All The Time now travels to colleges around the country to tackle stigma around substance use disorders.
Other performance credits with The Agency include I Wish To Apologize to the People of Illinois, The Spirit of ’76, and Hellcab (2017 and 2018). Jack is a graduate of the iO Training Center, a 200 level RYT Yoga instructor, completed the True Acting Diploma Course with Master Meisner Teacher Larry Silverberg, created the Storytelling Program and teaches the Meisner technique at Green Shirt Studio. He also appears in Season 7 Episode 2 of The Carbonaro Effect where Michael Carbonaro tricked him into believing a viking skeleton tried to attack him at a construction site outside of O’Hare Airport.
To find out more about Jack visit jackgschultz.com.
- Next workshop TBD
- 4001 N Ravenswood Ave Unit 303-B Chicago, IL
- Class Size
- This is an adult acting class ages 18+