TERM 4 - REGISTRATION IS OPEN NOW!
(JUNE 17TH - AUGUST 18th)
COMEDY CLASSES FOR EVERYONE
No matter if you're a beginner or a seasoned performer - CSz Education has a class for you. The Training Center introduces students to improv and The School focuses on nurturing improvisers to work professionally.
The ComedySportz Training Center is here to help those who have never been on stage learn how to do comedy like the professionals! Our classes improve public speaking skills, confidence, memory, and awareness - all within a safe and supportive environment. Improv isn't about being funny - it's about being you.
Classes are offered every six weeks and are intended to be taken in numerical order. Every class culminates with a student showcase to celebrate your progress!
All classes are held at the CSz Chicago Training Center (3435 N. Sheffield).
Come see a ComedySportz match and use your ticket stub for $25 off a class. Give gift of laughter to yourself, a family member, or a friend!
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CSz 101: Fundamentals of Improv
This introductory level focuses on the basic skills of improvisation: team-building, trust, speed, status, active listening and agreement. Whether you want to be funny on stage or a more effective communicator, listener, and leader off-stage, this course will educate and entertain at the same time.
CSz 202: Scenic Improvisation
Using a few of ComedySportz's most commonly played scene games, this level focuses on having authentic, relationship-driven scenes in the context of a fast-paced show. The skills learned in this class will transfer to almost any improv experience and will strengthen all the soft-skills development from level 101.
CSz 303: ComedySportz Games
The 303 class applies improv learning to ComedySportz's catalog of short-form games, accelerating improv abilities with the speed and agility of ComedySportz-style performances. Learn why a popular game works and how to make it work better for you.
CSz 404: Styles and Genres
The 404 level focuses on successfully using genre in performance. Genre parody is common in sketch comedy, but often avoided in performance improvisation. ComedySportz's 404 provides a survey of the most common categories of genres and styles called for in ComedySportz games and performances.