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Sketch Writing 101 (SOLD OUT)

Online - 5 weeks, Mondays, 7pm-9:30pm PT

  • Started Apr 22
  • 250 US dollars
  • Online

Service Description

This class is now full. Please email us to get on the waitlist for the next session: This five-week course in the study of sketch comedy writing is perfect for beginners. Some of the skills the class covers include:  - Learn to write the different sketch types that exists - Experience working in a writers room environment - How to turn funny ideas into actual scripts and content - Create one-off and recurring sketch pieces/characters for social media - Win/Win techniques for pitching your ideas to others No prior writing or comedy experience is necessary. (Each student will also receive curated video resources to enhance their overall learning experience.) Class Size: 10 students; everyone will get plenty of playtime and individual attention. Length: Sessions are 2.5 hours, and meet for 5 weeks online over Zoom. There will be required writing assignments/deadlines each week. ** NOTE: Class #1 is the Foundations Class and CANNOT be missed. Those who miss week 1 will not be able to participate in the course. **

Upcoming Sessions

Terms Of Service

TERMS OF SERVICE: These Terms are a complete legal agreement between You (the student) and Improv-LA (the business) and its associates. By registering for our Services, you acknowledge and fully agree to these Terms. (See full Terms: CLASS POLICY: • Our group classes are 18 years and up. • All courses are non-refundable and all sales are final. Under rare circumstances, there may an option to transfer you an equivalent course provided you contact us via email at least 7 days prior to the start of the original course. Transfers are not guaranteed.  If we are able to provide a transfer, this can only be applied one time and there will be a $30 processing fee. Any transfer requests after this will require a full re-registration for the course. Any transfers expire after 30 days of being offered. • By registering, you are making a commitment to attend and be on time for all classes to the best of your ability. However being absent up to 2 days is acceptable if needed and we can provide notes on what was covered. Missing 3 or more classes will be disruptive to the overall group and you will not be allowed to return to the session, receive notes, and will result in not passing. CODE OF CONDUCT & HARASSMENT & ANTI-DISCRIMINATION POLICY: • Improv is inherently based on both vulnerability and trust and we place extreme importance on providing a safe, supportive learning environment that fosters creativity and growth. We expect the same from our students. • If you'd like to discuss/report any concerns please go to RELEASE OF LIABILITY: • You agree that your participation in the Activities is at your own risk and that Improv-LA and/or our studio locations are not liable for any direct, incidental, consequential, indirect, or punitive damages, or any losses, costs or expenses of any kind (including legal and medical fees) which may arise, directly or indirectly, from the Activities. GOVERNING LAW • These Terms shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the State of California, without reference to its conflict of laws principles. • By agreeing to these terms and conditions, you agree to fully and completely release and waive Improv-LA of any and all claims for personal injury or loss, including any costs and attorney fees. This waiver applies to teachers, staff, volunteers, students, space, or any other person associated with the program. (See full Terms here:

Contact Details


Improv-LA, North Vermont Avenue, Los Angeles, CA, USA

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