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Are you not getting placed on teams after spending time & $$$ on classes? Do you have limited stage experience, but crave more? Do you want to have FUN, make new friends and want personal coaching to improve your skills? Then come be a part of the GTT Improv Zoo house team and see your chances drastically improved.
GTT Improv Zoo is now accepting headshots & resumes for it's next audition - MARCH 30TH - starting at 11am. Contact email@example.com to get your audition slot today before they fill up.
The GTT Improv Zoo combines rehearsals + performances for 12 full weeks. As a member of The GTT Improv Zoo, you will:
* Rehearse every Tuesday from 6:30pm - 8:30pm, with expert coaches
* Perform weekly in the GTT Improv Zoo "Uncaged" show, Tuesdays at 9pm.
* Gain stage presence in front of a real audience
* Experience ensemble team building
* Advancement of your personal improv skills based on your goals
If accepted, you pay $240 to cover coaching, rehearsal space, marketing, etc. for the entire season (this is less than other programs charge for 8 weeks). Plus GTT Improv Zoo guarantees you perform EVERY WEEK for the entire 12 weeks (payment plan is available)!
Teams rehearse Tuesdays from 6:30pm-8:30pm. Shows begin at 9pm. Season lasts from April 23 - July 9, 2013.
Former members of this team have gone on to be placed on teams at The Playground and iO Chicago, been accepted into the Second City Conservatory, and/or have signed up again to continue the fun for multiple seasons in a row.
Don't delay - sign up for an audition slot today by emailing your headshot & resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
Here's what the performers are saying:
"GTT has a very small group feel to them which strengthens an individuals improvisers performance as well as the group performance." - Colette N.
"I love that the coaches designing specific exercises designed to attack improvisers weaknesses." - Jeff J.
"We had a show after two hours of meeting each other for the first time. Being thrown on stage is a great way to gain any experience in improv." - Chrissy B.