The Art of Comedy with Hana Roth Seavy

This three-day interactive workshop explores the history of comedy.

Three days: Wednesday 7/10, Thursday 7/11, & Wednesday 7/17

10:30am-12:30pm, at the Meredith Historical Society

Ages 12–19

This three-day interactive workshop explores the history of comedy. Students will practice improv, slapstick, physical comedy & more.

• All scheduling conflicts must be cleared before registration.

• Must be 12 by the start of the workshop

• Bring your own lunch

$50 WKC Member registration

$75 Non-Member registration

Help us thrive, not just survive!

The West Kortright Centre values accessibility, representation, and diversity of incomes, geographies, cultures, abilities and more. This year, we invite those who can to make a donation to support the program at a higher level in order to keep the general registration fee low. (We recognize that even the basic fee is a stretch for many families and continue to offer need-based scholarships.)

Learn more about WKC membership here.

Call (607) 278-5454 with any questions.

We will contact you via email with a registration form.

Other Young People's Theater Arts Workshops:

Acting Skills with Lillian Meredith

Shakespeare with Lillian Meredith

Music for Shakespeare with Stephen Bennett

Costume Design with Gary Graham

Technical Theater with Tony Aukstikalnis & Tom Meredith

Hana Roth Seavy's background in comedy comes from her years of clowning (Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Clown College graduate), plus her four one-woman clown and circus shows (seen and commissioned by many East Coast and NYC venues), her participation as a Fulbright Scholar (Mime, Paris, France – Etienne deCroux), her studies of the elements of comedy, her clown/circus arts workshops, and her current involvement in writing musical comedies. Her work as a writer/lyricist can be seen on Youtube, along with her collaborative work with John Henry Sheridan (“Jack!“) and Tor Ingar Jakobsen – Under Her Hat!

Details
Date:

July 10

Time:

10:30 am - 12:30 pm

Event Category:

Workshops, YPTAW

Venue

Meredith Historical Society

10044 Elk Creek Road, East Meredith, NY 13757

East Meredith, NY, US, 13757

This three-day interactive workshop explores the history of comedy.

Three days: Wednesday 7/10, Thursday 7/11, & Wednesday 7/17

10:30am-12:30pm, at the Meredith Historical Society

Ages 12–19

This three-day interactive workshop explores the history of comedy. Students will practice improv, slapstick, physical comedy & more.

• All scheduling conflicts must be cleared before registration.

• Must be 12 by the start of the workshop

• Bring your own lunch

$50 WKC Member registration

$75 Non-Member registration

Help us thrive, not just survive!

The West Kortright Centre values accessibility, representation, and diversity of incomes, geographies, cultures, abilities and more. This year, we invite those who can to make a donation to support the program at a higher level in order to keep the general registration fee low. (We recognize that even the basic fee is a stretch for many families and continue to offer need-based scholarships.)

Learn more about WKC membership here.

Call (607) 278-5454 with any questions.

We will contact you via email with a registration form.

Other Young People’s Theater Arts Workshops:

Acting Skills with Lillian Meredith

Shakespeare with Lillian Meredith

Music for Shakespeare with Stephen Bennett

Costume Design with Gary Graham

Technical Theater with Tony Aukstikalnis & Tom Meredith

Hana Roth Seavy‘s background in comedy comes from her years of clowning (Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Clown College graduate), plus her four one-woman clown and circus shows (seen and commissioned by many East Coast and NYC venues), her participation as a Fulbright Scholar (Mime, Paris, France – Etienne deCroux), her studies of the elements of comedy, her clown/circus arts workshops, and her current involvement in writing musical comedies. Her work as a writer/lyricist can be seen on Youtube, along with her collaborative work with John Henry Sheridan (“Jack!“) and Tor Ingar Jakobsen – Under Her Hat!