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Tuesday, July 06, 2010

More Lackluster than Blockbuster

This summer at the movies, the pickings have been more lackluster than blockbuster. And America’s got talent? Not so much this season.

So writers, stand up and show what you’ve got to offer.

Washington Improv Theater's training program has been offering classes in sketch comedy writing for several sessions now and wants to reach out to other writing programs and writers.

The classes typically meet for seven sessions, three hours at a time. It’s not too late to join in. This course is that it not only enhances writing skills, but opens the doors to an amazingly fun outlet for writers in a very cool environment.

Interested? Check out the Washington Improv website at the link below, or give the theater a call (202) 204-7770.




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