Week Four Comedy Camp starts July 20. Runs through September 3

Online Comedy Camp now open for registration!

Registration now open for Summer Camp running June 29 Thru September 3, 2020. Monday-Thursday 9:30-3pm with additional bonus activities – shows, bonding games run by teenterns and more…

New July 20

Friday/Saturday 9:30-11am in Central Park with Andrea. Free for campers. $40 to drop by or $120 for up to 8 classes (four weeks) in person only. Click here to sign up for in person only

Fridays 12:30 pm bonus comedy master class with Walt Frasier

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/comedy-camp-2020-online-kids-teens-8-17yo-eastwest-coast-times-tickets-112367502224

You can also drop by comedy classes. Sunday – Thursday 5pm EST (2pm PST)

  • Comedy 4 Teens weekly classes (NYC times but available worldwide)
  • Comedy 4 Kids weekly online classes¬†(NYC times but available worldwide)
  • Rates
  • SingleClass $25
  • FOURClasses $75
  • 1/2 day camp $150/week
  • Fullday camp $225/week
  • FOUR weeks of camp just $700

Registration now open for Summer Camp running June 29 Thru September 3, 2020. Monday-Thursday 9:30-4pm (Or 12:30-7 West Coast times 9:30-4) with additional bonus activities – shows, bonding games run by teenterns and more…

Improv Comedy

Playing Improv comedy games is not only a ton of fun, but a great way to develop as a performer. We sharpen and hone our listening and creative skills. We use these same games to teach corporate groups team building, leadership, sales and customer service.

Stand Up Comedy

First time performing stand up comedy? We have a very simple system that lets anyone become a comic. Watch the video below, and use worksheets to developbdevelop original routines through brainstorming and developing ideas based on your personal experiences and observations. At each step of the way, get on stage in a class or open mic (stand up comedy showcase) and test your ideas with a live audience.

Brainstorm Ideas Worksheet

Brainstorm Details Worksheet

Find The Funny

Outline your routine

Musical Comedy

New this year we are including a daily session music.

In addition to exploring musical improv styles, students will learn elements of vocal technique that benefit spoken voice  and singing.

Also rhythm, style and more.

Movement for the Performer

New this year, we are very excited to be including this element of theater arts.

Understanding ourselves head to toe allows us to become other characters.

Learning to stretch, breath and otherwise prepare ourselves to perform at our best develops endurance and allows us to bring out our best under nearly any condition.

Movement for artists is akin to martial arts. It is a path to focus. We develop muscle memory.

We also include specific acting exercises and mime techniques to develop characters and help tell stories in all art forms.