ONLINE Comedy Class Adults Improv & Stand-Up Comedy Monday Nights October 4-November 15

  • 7:30pm Improv Comedy
  • 8:30pm Stand-Up Comedy
  • 16+ Welcome
  • $25 to audit the first class
    $125 for full session – unlimited access to both hours for seven weeks.
    OR pay just $75 for IMPROV or STAND-UP COMEDY only.
    CLICK HERE to REGISTER or use form below
    SIGN UP TODAY and get the rest of September for FREE!!!
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Empower yourself using comedy to develop your creative, community and leadership skills!

  • Mondays 10/4-11/15
  • 7:30 Improv Comedy
  • 8:30 Stand-up Comedy

After registration you will have access to ZOOM LINK, EBOOK on stand-up comedy (Develop 5-minute routine in 4 easy steps) for FREE, and more.

If participating in the Stand- Up Comedy portion, please read up through step one: Brainstorming Ideas before 10/4 class.

7:30 Improv Comedy

Come play with us. Our #1 goal is to have fun, playing a series of games while developing creative skills, listening, self-confidence and even empathy.

8:30 Stand-Up Comedy

This session is run like an open mic, but with some feedback. Use the EBOOK for basic preparation lessons so save class time for presentation.

BONUS – Private Session with Walt Frasier

New for this session, around the end of October, schedule a 15-20 minute session to get more specific feedback on your work away from the class.


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Teacher: WALT FRASIER

Walt Frasier has been with EIGHT IS NEVER ENOUGH Improv Comedy since the beginning in 2002. In that time he has hosted over 5000 shows and workshops in Times Square and touring Nationwide. Now considered a specialist in corporate team building, Walter embraces Psychological Safety and tries to teach the world to smile. At every workshop, Walter gives his students homework “Now that you have taken my classes, you are now comics. It is your job to make the rest of the world smile. Don’t wait for the world to make you happy first. Wake every morning and force yourself to smile and see how your world changes.” He has run workshops for JP Morgan Chase, IBM, Morgan Stanley, Master Card, American Express, NYC Schools (DOE VENDOR), Microsoft/BING, Twitter, Louis Vuitton, Coach, Home Depot, Enrst & Young, GM, KRAFT, UBS, UNILEAVER and 100s more smaller/local firms as well as training corporate trainers.

  • TV: Letterman, Friends of the People, GMA, Royal Pains, Blue Bloods, Lilyhammer, WE, MTV, NICK
  • FILM: Various Indy/Short Films
  • Commercials/Industrials: Dr. Oz’s Fat pants, Culligan Water, etc
  • Musical Theater – Off-Broadway, International Touring, Regional including 2nd Nat’l tour Scarlet Pimpernel, Fiddler on the Roof, Rocky Horror, etc.
  • ALSO Opera, Church Choir Ringer and can often be found entertaining as Santa, The Blues Brothers, Abbott & Costello or as Piano Singer.

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Comedy is cheaper than therapy!

Perhaps you cannot teach funny, but you can teach anyone to get on stage and have fun sharing some stories and much needed laughter. This program can be a fun launching point for those with dreams of becoming a professional comic, but my focus is teaching others to use comedy to develop your sense of self awareness, build your confidence and develop powerful team and leadership skills.

Getting on stage is a cathartic experience. I live on the edge of a cliff, and at any point I could fall flat on my face. I rip the band aid of fear off every time I jump in front of a microphone. Right before stepping into the spotlight, I replace the thoughts of THIS COULD GO TERRIBLY BAD with THIS IS GOING TO BE FUN. Take a few HUGE breaths and GO FOR IT!

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