Get to know Harold, the most widely performed improv format. From organic openings, second and third beats and group scenes, students learn the structure that makes Harold the standard for every longform. Be prepared to learn a strict foundation.
Pre-requisite: Improv 301 or equivalent experience
Daniel has been performing improv and sketch comedy since 2006 when he joined Comedy Corner at The University of Arizona. During his 3 ½ years with the group he served as Director and Producer and wrote for and performed in hundreds of weekly Sketch Comedy and Short Form Improv shows. He began studying long from improvisation as a Member of the Street-Prov Theater Collective and over the years has been able to participate in long form Workshops with many talented Improvisers such as Joe Bill and Mark Sutton (Annoyance Theater), Jet Eveleth (iO), Eric Hunnicut (iO), Sean Conroy (UCB), Seth Morris (UCB), Nick Armstrong (iO/Groundlings), Bill Binder (Torch Theater) and many more! He also studied sketch comedy via The Second City's online school.