Improv to Voice Over!

  • Thu, Oct 27, 2022 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
  • ImprovCity

    138 West Main Street
    Tustin, California 92780
Ticket Price $225.00 Register Now
Description

IMPROV TO VOICE OVER!

This introductory course is geared towards anyone interested in learning the foundation of voice over technique, all from the comfort of your living room. With an emphasis on story telling and strong acting, we’ll cover commercials, animation, script analysis, improvising for voice over, and getting comfortable behind the mic. As the industry pushes itself further into remote recording, here’s your chance to get in! No prior voice over experience necessary.

 

About the Teacher

Daniel Cohen is a voice actor based in Los Angeles with an extensive improv background. He received his BFA in acting from Emerson College and has trained at The Groundlings Theater, the Upright Citizens Brigade, and iOWest. Daniel has worked in Animation, Voice Dubbing, Commercials, and Video games. He’s currently cast in Paramount+’s BIG NATE, Lego City Adventures on Nickelodeon, as well as Lucy WOW on the GoKidGo podcast network. Previous voice credits include Neon Genesis Evangelion and Cagaster of an Insect Cage. 


CLASS DATES:
Thursdays 
Oct. 27th
Nov. 3rd
Nov. 10th
Nov. 17th 

CLASS TIME:
6:30pm-8:30pm

Classes will take place online over ZOOM. 
Instructor will reach out a week before with zoom link information. 

Minimum six (6) students enrolled to make class go. Maximum class size is twelve (12)

Date & Time

Thu, Oct 27, 2022 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM

Venue Details

ImprovCity

138 West Main Street
Tustin, California 92780 ImprovCity
ImprovCity

ImprovCity has been performing professional improvisational comedy shows throughout Southern California (and across the country) for over ten years. Our shows are fast-paced, funny and interactive.  We offer both PG-13 (family friendly) and uncensored shows.  

​ImprovCity shows feature professional improv comedians performing short-form improvised games, scenes and songs in a high energy comedic style. And since the show is improvised, no two shows are ever the same!