The workshop introduces the long form, Slacker, named after the Linklater film. In Slacker all scenic transitions are made via tag out—no sweep edits or “cut to”. Every new scene will have at least one character from the previous scene. The Slacker is a unique form that allows for much of the freedom of the Harold along with the opportunity to explore a more linear story. Come learn to explore characters more deeply, and discover new ways to make connections.
- Workshops are 2 to 5 hours.
- Workshops are for 8 to 20 students.
- We can also create a specific workshop for your theater or team.
- Email michael@empireimprov to inquire about our workshops.