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March 8, 2011

Improve Your Improv and Laugh Your A** Off With Rachel Klein
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By WICF Editor Liz McKeon

Attention, attention, please. May I have your attention, please?

Ready for this?

WICF contributor Rachel Klein, who wrote last month's brilliant "My Mother, the Comedian: A Life, with Kids, in Comedy
," has started putting her awesome comedy instructional ideas down on the World Wide Web, out there for all to see at: "The House That Del Built." Herein you can find all sorts of musings and deconstructions of long form improv; please, soak it all up to your heart's content.

Want Rachel to instruct you IN PERSON? You're in luck, friends, she'll be running the WICF workshop Get Real: Playing the Relationship of the Scene with Rachel Klein this Sunday, March 13, 2011 at 10 a.m. at ImprovBoston. Head to the Workshop section of the WICF main site to sign up!

"Playing the relationship is a way of approaching scenework," Rachel says, "that helps you make informed and powerful choices from the very start of the scene — choices that quickly establish the foundation for authentic and seemingly effortless play. Scenes 'lock in' quicker and play more intuitively. 'Getting real' means getting more out of yourself and your scene partner in every scene."

Still not enough Rachel Klein in your life? well holy moly, have we got just the thing for you! Catch Rachel live, onstage, with the Harold group Maxitor this Saturday at WICF! 10 p.m. at ImprovBoston, head over to the "Maxitor, Boot, and Friends" page to purchase tickets!

Phew. If that's not enough Rachel Klein for you, well, you clearly have very good taste.

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