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January Sketch 101 with Brian Kelly

Brian Kelly"Intro to Sketch Writing": This is the place to start if you have never written sketch comedy before, or have dabbled in the past.  Over eight weeks, students will watch and discuss a variety of sketches, break down scripts to see what makes them work, then write and revise some of your own material.  You will begin to develop an individual voice and comic sensibility. The class will conclude with established comedians performing a staged reading of students' favorite sketches.

Dates: Thursdays, 1/3/2013 through 2/21/2013
Time: 7:00 - 9:30 p.m.
Location: PHIT Offices, 1500 Walnut Street (entrance on 15th between Walnut & Locust streets), Suite 700, Philadelphia, PA 19102 (get map)

Instructor: Brian Kelly (bio)
What Students Say About Brian: "Brian was an awesome instructor and most importantly, really approachable." - "Brian was awesome! Really great feedback, very attentive." - "His feedback was amazing and truly helped me get better." - "I couldn't have asked for a better instructor for my first sketch class."

Cost: $199 until 12/27/2012, $249 afterwards
Pre-requisites: None

BEFORE YOU REGISTER: Please make sure you have read and understand PHIT's Terms & Conditions of Enrollment.

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