Classes & Workshops



Try improv for free

Are you interested in improv but want a chance to dip your toe in the water before jumping all the way in? Take a class on us. This is a great opportunity to preview an All Out Comedy class session. The class will include improv exercises and games in a comfortable and fun environment.

Date: Tuesday, June 27, 7:00pm-8:30pm

Improv 101 "The science of play"

Learn the core fundamentals of improv to act and create as a performer and in an ensemble. We make the art of improv accessible to anyone who can say "yes and..." to themselves and their peers. No experience required. 

Whether you are new to improv or just brushing up, this class will enhance your skills as a  confident performer and communicator, on and off the stage. 

Dates: Tuesdays - 7:00pm-9:30pm, July 18 - September 5


Improv 201 "scenework"

Make scenework work for you. The possibilities are endless when you learn what makes an engaging improvised scene. The 2 person scene is the cornerstone of any short or long form performance. Building on your previous improv skills, you will develop structure to a scene by finding patterns, objectives, and content. This class ends with a group performance of short form games.                                                      

Dates: Mondays, 7:00pm - 9:30pm, July 10 - August 28 


Guest Workshops:

KRompf: Strip down the Game and Make It Broad

August 17, 7-10pm

Instructor: Amey Goerlich, M.I. Westside Comedy LA, UCB NY

See how you can strip down the game of the scene to its bare bones and broaden its possibilities. Take the mystery out of what ‘the funny’ of the scene is and know what it is. With these game skills you’ll start to make magical connections that help you create the ultimate ensemble improv piece.

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Peacemaker - Improv Workshop with Robert Long!

Saturday, June 24

Have you ever felt judged for the style of improv you do? Felt that weird, artificial divide between shortform and longform? In this time of social and political division, it’s more important than ever for us, as improvisers, to bridge that gulf, to cross that divide. In this workshop, we’ll look at shortform tools that can be applied to improve longform… longform concepts that can be applied to improve shortform… and performance structures that can be used in either style of show. It’s time to make peace with one another – for the future of our community, our nation, our world… our improv.

Come to the table.