FIVE WEEK mini class session Manhattan and Long Island for Kids

It is not too late to join our classes for Spring. Sign up now for sessions starting in the next two weeks. Just $100 for 4 classes plus a performance showcase. Or drop in for $40/session.

  • Saturdays NOON Manhattan NYC CLICK HERE to Register
  • Sundays 6pm Farmingdale Long Island CLICK HERE to Register
  • Time to register for Summer Camp too! CLICK HERE
  • Our Saturday Teen 10am class is virtually sold out so we are not offering a full session sign up but you can still drop in for any of the classes for just $40

Saturdays NOON Manhattan NYC

  • Broadway Comedy Club 318 West 53rd Street, NY NY 10019
  • Students 8-12yo
  • FOUR CLASSES JUNE 2, 9, 16, 23 12-2pm
  • PERFORMANCE SHOWCASE JUNE 30 12pm Call/Warm-Up 12:30 Showcase
  • FREE TICKETS TO COMEDY SHOW FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY JUNE 30 in NYC (There is a one drink minimum but tickets and pizza is on us)
  • Teachers: Liz Lord, Walt Frasier
  • CLICK HERE to Register $100 for full session OR Drop in for just $40.

Sundays 6pm Farmingdale Long Island

  • Crossroads Church 610 Carmans Road, South Farmingdale
  • Students 8-12yo
  • FOUR CLASSES MAY 20, JUNE 3, 10, 17 6-8pm (May 20 includes a mini showcase by the professional cast of EIGHT IS NEVER ENOUGH)
  • PERFORMANCE SHOWCASE JUNE 24 6-8pm (Dress Rehearsal/Performance)
  • FREE TICKETS TO COMEDY SHOW FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY JUNE 30 in NYC (There is a one drink minimum but tickets and pizza is on us)
  • Teachers: Evan Schultz, Steven Prestia, Walt Frasier
  • CLICK HERE to Register

 

STAFF

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Catch Walt Frasier this Spring on TruTV’s “Friends Of The People” now in their 2nd season. Go to Netflix – RIGHT NOW!!! – to see Walter in Lilyhammer (Season 3, Episode 8) as the American comic performing at Steven Van Zandt’s Norwegian club. Also now on Netflix – Blue Bloods (Season 3, Episode 8) see Walter in spandex body suit in first 5 minutes as Arnie the Homeless Avenger. Royal Pains (Season 6 Episode 3) as the Choking Victim. Past credits include sketch bits on Letterman (9 episodes), Stakervision (MTV2), Naked Brother’s Band (NICK), Hair Trauma (WE) and numerous commercials including Dr. Oz’s Fat Pants. Theater Credits include Off Broadway, Touring and Regional Theater plus over 4000 professional Improv Comedy Shows with EIGHT IS NEVER ENOUGH (AKA LMAO Off Broadway. Improv 4 Kids, Improv 4 Teens, Absent Minded Comedy).

Follow Walt on Twitter – IF YOU DARE
https://twitter.com/waltfrasier

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Liz Lord, Director of Education

Liz Lord has been a cast member of Eight is Never Enough presents Improv for Kids and LMAO since April of 2012. After receiving her theater degree from Earlham College, Liz came to the city to act, direct, and teach. Favorite roles include Ophelia in Hamlet, Liz in Chicago, and She in The Loveliest Afternoon of the Year. She loves performing in new work as well, and has been on stage for many of New York Cities various theater festivals. Liz has directed adults and children, and is the co-artistic director of the newly formed Three Bridges Theater. Teaching has always been one of Liz’s favorite endeavors. She has worked with Americorps to bring arts education to low income families, taught literacy through acting with the Central Park Historical Society, and acted as an assistant director for the Sports and Arts in Schools Foundation. Her favorite teaching position, however, has been teaching stand-up and Improv to kids with SGF Productions.

Evan Schultz Director of Long Island Operations

Evan Schultz has been performing with the Eight Is Never Enough Improv troupe since 2009! This New York native is a graduate of Wagner College with a BA in Theatre Performance as well as Voice and Speech. Off Broadway: LMAO, Isabelle and the Pretty-Ugly Spell, The Gayest Christmas Pageant Ever. Off-Off Broadway: Lost Boys or an Awfully Big Adventure, JAR’D, Isabelle and the Pretty-Ugly Spell, Hollywood-Hollywood!, Booth! The Musical, Dickens Condensed. Regional Theatre: Jekyll and Hyde. A Wonderful Like, Grand Hotel, Into The Woods, Sleeping Beauty, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. Touring Theatre: Improv4Kids, Charlotte’s Web, 1776, A Christmas Carol. TV/Film: 30 Rock, Law and Order, Gossip Girls, Fringe, Cupid, When in Rome. Thank you to The Entertainment Group, friends and family for the love and support.

Steven Prestia

Steven was just 13 when he attended our first public comedy class for kids/teens. For two years, Steven served as an Intern often helping with public shows & classes. Now in college Steven regularly performs with the professional comedy and team teaches our Long Island programs. You can also find Steven on the Long Island Comedy CLub stages. Previously, Steven has appeared in various local plays and musical theater productions in addition to his comedic talents. He can be seen in the indie film “The Great Kevini” and will soon appear on the HonestlyAmelia.com web series (S2 E4).

Laurice Fattal

Co-Producer / Co-Founder

Laurice Fattal has been performing in theatre, music concerts, and stage shows since the age of 10. She originally began writing scripts and composing music through her own vocal group in high school. She continued to pursue her passion for the performing arts in college through studies in theatrical production, acting, music and opera. She has worked in casting, directing, and writing with professional companies based out of NYC, MD and DC. Laurice has written and performed in dozens of sketch comedy digital shorts for LMAONYC. Other credits include the Indie short mockumentary: P.O.O.P: The Movie, Writer/Director of The Top 8 at Eight (original web series), Fox & Friends. Musicals/Operas: Amahl and the Night Visitors (Riverside Opera NYC), 27 Santa’s & and Elf Called Kevin , Alice in Wonderland – A New Musical, The Phantom Tollbooth – By Sheldon Harnick, The Lounge @ Under St. Marks. In addition to developing the concept for “Eight is NEVER enough!”, she is thrilled to be the co-founder of “IMPROV 4 Kids!” and Bully Assemblies NY – both are outreach programs that currently tour K-12 school.

 

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