Level 1: Foundation of the Scene
Union Comedy's entry-level course introduces students to the skills and techniques that are most essential to a successful longform improv scene. Students will learn the value of making decisive and active choices, embracing and utilizing the choices of their scene partners, and working together to create something fun, funny, and unique out of practically nothing. No prior experience necessary.
*This class comes with a "Not For Me" Money Back Guarantee - if you decide (for any reason) after Week 1 that you aren't interested in continuing with the course, you can get a full refund.
251 Harvard St, Room 7
Brookline, MA 02446
This location requires the use of stairs and is therefore not accessible. Accessible classes are available at our Somerville location.
Sat September 3 2-4:30pm
Sat September 10 2-4:30pm
Sat September 17 2-4:30pm
Sat September 24 2-4:30pm
Sat October 1 2-4:30pm
Sat October 8 2-4:30pm
Sat October 15 2-4:30pm
Sat October 22 2-4:30pm
Fri October 28 @ 6:00pm (Grad Show)***
***Grad Show will take place at our Somerville theater at 593 Somerville Ave
Emily Holland started doing improv in 2004 & started getting laughs in 2007. She's a former ImprovBoston resident cast member, teacher and the associate producer. Emily taught as adjunct faculty at Clark University Visual & Performing Arts for 5 years, before moving to Los Angeles (the first time), where she trained, performed and coached at UCB and iOWest. She has been fortunate to perform & teach workshops at comedy festivals all over North America and Japan. Emily has studied astrology for 3 years, after a lifetime of reading her horoscope. She can guess a lot of your chart in a little bit of time & would love to discuss. Her most cherished time on stage was a duoset with Emo Phillips on Valentine’s Day.