These classes are open to anyone, from any background with any skill set. Everyone new starts at Intro 1. It's perfect for aspiring improvisers and actors, as well as business professionals...
Go U Classes are currently postponed, due to the COVID19 restrictions. Please stay tuned, as we hope to open up late summer 2020. Please email email@example.com if you have questions.
Go U offers classes for a wide range of experience levels and personal motivations. Think you’re the funniest person in the office and want to take that to the stage? Wish you could be more confident when speaking in front of others in a professional setting? Already performing and looking to hone your skills? We can place you in a class that is right for you.
The entire Go U program is divided into the following sections:
- Improv Classes: Intro and Advanced studies in improvisation. Each program is 4 eight week terms (Intro 1-4, and Advanced 1-4), and focuses on developing improv skills applicable to the real and business world, as well as preparing the improviser for a career onstage. For students who have completed all 8 levels, we offer the Skills Program, which are higher level classes focusing on specific needs.
- Sketch Writing Classes: This program is for the aspiring comedy writer. It is a four term program focusing first on the types and fundamentals of sketch comedy writing, and then developing a show with a limited run at Go Comedy.
- Performance Classes: Audition-only classes that focus on specific skills, forms, or even musical improv, designed for students who have completed the improv program and are ready for advanced training.
- Go U Workshops: Occasional one-off workshops on a specific topic, often taught by out of town guest teachers.
- Summer Camps: Week-long improv camps for 4-12th graders.
If you are unsure where to start (or want to start with anything other than Intro 1), please reach out to the Go U staff.
Go U Classes are for 18 and up ONLY! If you are younger, check out our summer offerings for students, or email us with questions.
PAYING FOR CLASSES
Each term costs $230. There will be a $25 late fee added to this cost if you register after registration closes. Click through to either the Intro or Advanced tabs to register or pay for class. You can also sign up during box office hours at our theater. Once you pay for the class, you are considered enrolled. For more information on payment, please go here.
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If you have further questions, please contact Gary Lehman or Jess Kay at 248.327.0575 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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From time to time we offer exciting one-off additions to the Go U curriculum. Check back for updates!
DUE TO COVID, THERE WON'T BE ANY SUMMER CAMPS...
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