DATE: July 17th-21st, 2017 | TIME: 10am-4pm
WRITE, PRODUCE, SHOOT, EDIT, & PITCH your very own Sketch Comedy.
Megan Hayes is an award-winning actor and writer. She graduated with honors in Acting from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, where she also began writing and performing her own work. Her on-camera credits include HBO’s Eastbound & Down, What To Expect When You’re Expecting and Morphling in The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, Sleepy Hollow, Halt and Catch Fire and this summer’s Max Steel. She takes writing and Improv classes at Upright Citizens Brigade in LA. Since moving to LA, Hayes has begun a storytelling circuit. She has performed for podcasts and shows such as Risk!, Eat Your Words and That’s What She Said Improv. Hayes bravely tells stories about her abusive/religious upbringing, and speaks about the unspeakable with vulnerability, authenticity and humor.
Josh Warren is the Associate Artistic Director of the Village Theatre and Winner of Creative Loafing’s 2016 Best Actor. He studied improv at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre in New York City. While at UCB he met close friend & fellow collaborator, Tony Award winner Dan Fogler (Jacob Kowalski in Fantastic Beasts). Josh and Dan co-created M’Larky which they wrote and acted in along side Jeffrey Ross and Gilbert Gottfried. M’Larky aired in 2011 on Comedy Central. Josh is also partners with Michael Sokol in their production company Catador Film Co. In the past year Josh created a political satire lampooning the 2016 elections and Game of Thrones called Dany 2016 which multiple episodes made it to the Funny or Die landing page. Josh has worked with Oscar Award winners Clint Eastwood (Trouble with the Curve) and Craig Brewer (Footloose).
Projects that Megan and Josh have worked on include…
DATE & TIME: July 17th-21st, 2017 | TIME: 10am-4pm
LOCATION: 1934 Cliff Valley Way NE, Suite B | Atlanta, GA 30329
INVESTMENT: Early Bird (first 6): $495 | Regular: $595
LIMITED TO 16 ACTORS | AGES 10-14
ABOUT THE CAMP:
July 17th & 18th – WRITE SKETCH
- Develop characters,
- How to collaborate with a team
- How to edit content
- Structure and format of a sketch
July 19th-21st – PRODUCE SKETCH
- Casting people
- Gathering resources
- how to create a shot list
- Structure for a shoot
- Balance of improv and script work
- Shoot and edit your own content