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Sketch Comedy Writing Bootcamp 

Group Workshop Description

This class is only available this one time and maybe never again, and at a HUGE discount from regular classes. Don't wait to join!

Oh wow, if you ever were curious in how to write or understand sketch comedy, then this is for you. Get ready to hit the ground running as we break down famous sketch shows learn to write the Five different Sketch Types that exist and then apply them to creating your own funny ideas into clear and tangible pieces of content you can create yourself.

This class is part lecture, part creative group writing. No experience necessary.

Length: Session is 3 hours, and meets for 1 day in Los Angeles.

For the safety of fellow-classmates and our instructors , all in-person classes require students to show proof of vaccination and masked to be worn when not on-stage. No exceptions and no refunds will be offered if you do not meet these guidelines. 


Contact us to get on the waitlist and get first dibs when the next session is announced!

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The Teacher: Keith Saltojanes

In addition to Keith's background in improv he also has worked extensively as a writer.

Currently writing for one of the longest-running comedy institutions in the country, National Lampoon, Keith has written and performed
comedy for CBS, BBC, Upright Citizens Brigade Theater, Second City, Groundlings, Comedy Central Stage, multiple international comedy festivals, and iO West (where he co-created the sketch program and was a member of one of the longest running Mainstage shows, winners of the Best Sketch Show in Los Angeles Award).
​Over 100 million people have viewed his original sketch content online and has been featured by The Huffington Post, Forbes, Funny or Die,
A.V. Club, Buzzfeed, and has also written for comedians from SNL, MADtv, In Living Color, and Mr. Show.

The Clubhouse Theater                      
1607 N. Vermont Ave.                          
Los Angeles, California 90027

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