Beginning January 18, 2021
12 Student Limit, Ages 18+
Was $250 | Now just $200
What's that? You don't think Improv can be taught online? Kimberly Condict, of LA's The Groundlings, begs to differ. She has come up with a plan for a fast and fun 6-week crash course in improvisation, designed specifically for The Actor Factory on Zoom. Are you afraid of Improv? Guess what? In this class, you can perform from the safety of your home.
Improv is vitally important for the training of the on-camera actor. It's not just about being funny--it's about freeing up your creativity, giving you the confidence to stay engaged and locked in character, empowering actors to have the confidence to invent in the audition room and on set. When the director says "just make it your own" or says "now let's improv a scene", you will have the confidence to trust your instincts and roll with it.
Kimberly Condict moved to Los Angeles in 2009 where she began training at the Groundlings Theater, culminating in an 18-month stint in the Sunday Company, where she wrote and performed in new sketch and improv shows weekly. Kimberly currently teaches improv at The Groundlings, and performs there as a guest with the cast of the Crazy Uncle Joe Show with fellow Groundling Stephanie Courtney (Progressive’s “Flo”), the monthly all-Sunday Company alumni improv show, Bad Company, and in her own creation, SHARON MERKLE PRESENTS: LADIEZ LAFFIN’: A STAND-UP COMEDY GRADUATION SHOW.” Recent acting credits include: BROOKLYN NINE-NINE, GOOD GIRLS, VEEP, and ALEX, INC. on ABC. Currently, Kimberly can be seen in national ads for PROGRESSIVE and ROSS DRESS FOR LESS.
Kimberly has performed on The Groundlings stage with Bob Odenkirk, Kate Micucci, Dave Foley, Harland Williams, Jim Rash (Community), Tony Cavalero (Righteous Gemstones), Edi Patterson (Righteous Gemstones), Lyric Lewis (AP BIO), Heidi Garner (SNL), and Andrew Leeds (Zoeys Extraordinary Playlist) among others.