Theater

JCCSF Theater classes are a dynamic way for people to explore improvisation, discover humor in unexpected places, and craft unbelievable story lines with fellow theater-makers. In addition to classes, there are other exciting opportunities to perform at the JCCSF! This year’s What’s Your Talent? amateur talent show is coming up on May 2; apply to audition by February 6. And the JCCSF Community Players, established in 1925, are poised for an exciting revival. Learn more about this year’s production and how you can take part (applications due March 2).

For more information about the JCCSF Community Players, What’s Your Talent? or the classes listed below, please contact Jackie Lewis at 415.292.1241 or jlewis@jccsf.org.

Financial Aid is available for select JCCSF programs and classes. Click here for details.

JCCSF Class Registration Policies

Class

Day

Time

Dates

Holidays
(No Class)

Code

Fee

Intro to Improv (RIMPW7B)

+ Show description

With Dan Ronco
Learn the basics of improvisational comedy in a fun and supportive environment. Start with group warm-ups and classic improv games, gaining confidence so you'll be ready to participate in one-on-one scenes. The non-judgmental atmosphere of the class makes improv easy and enjoyable, regardless of experience. New and continuing participants welcome!

Dan Ronco has taught, studied and performed improv for over 10 years. He majored in Theater at Oberlin College, and studied improv at IO Chicago, Improv Boston and with the San Francisco Improv Co-Op. After performing improv in Chicago for 2 years, he moved to San Francisco, where he has performed in numerous improv shows and festivals over the past eight years. He has taught improv to students of all levels, from introductory improv to training advanced groups.

Thursdays

7:00 pm –
8:15 pm

3/5/15 – 4/23/15

4/9

RIMPW7B

M $120

P $130

Intro to Improv: One-Day Workshop (RIMPW5)

+ Show description

With Dan Ronco
New to Improv? Whether you're anxious, excited or both, this workshop is perfect for beginning improvisers. Start with group warm-ups and classic improv games, gaining confidence so you'll be ready to participate in one-on-one scenes. The supportive atmosphere of the workshop makes improv easy and enjoyable, regardless of experience. New and continuing participants welcome!

Dan Ronco has taught, studied and performed improv for over 10 years. He majored in Theater at Oberlin College, and studied improv at IO Chicago, Improv Boston and with the San Francisco Improv Co-Op. After performing improv in Chicago for 2 years, he moved to San Francisco, where he has performed in numerous improv shows and festivals over the past eight years. He has taught improv to students of all levels, from introductory improv to training advanced groups.

Wednesday

7:00 pm –
9:00 pm

4/15/15

RIMPW5

M $30

P $35

Intro to Improv: One-Day Workshop (RIMPW6)

+ Show description

With Dan Ronco
New to Improv? Whether you're anxious, excited or both, this workshop is perfect for beginning improvisers. Start with group warm-ups and classic improv games, gaining confidence so you'll be ready to participate in one-on-one scenes. The supportive atmosphere of the workshop makes improv easy and enjoyable, regardless of experience. New and continuing participants welcome!

Dan Ronco has taught, studied and performed improv for over 10 years. He majored in Theater at Oberlin College, and studied improv at IO Chicago, Improv Boston and with the San Francisco Improv Co-Op. After performing improv in Chicago for 2 years, he moved to San Francisco, where he has performed in numerous improv shows and festivals over the past eight years. He has taught improv to students of all levels, from introductory improv to training advanced groups.

Wednesday

7:00 pm –
9:00 pm

5/6/15

RIMPW6

M $30

P $35

Intro to Improv (RIMPW7C)

+ Show description

With Dan Ronco
Learn the basics of improvisational comedy in a fun and supportive environment. Start with group warm-ups and classic improv games, gaining confidence so you'll be ready to participate in one-on-one scenes. The non-judgmental atmosphere of the class makes improv easy and enjoyable, regardless of experience. New and continuing participants welcome!

Dan Ronco has taught, studied and performed improv for over 10 years. He majored in Theater at Oberlin College, and studied improv at IO Chicago, Improv Boston and with the San Francisco Improv Co-Op. After performing improv in Chicago for 2 years, he moved to San Francisco, where he has performed in numerous improv shows and festivals over the past eight years. He has taught improv to students of all levels, from introductory improv to training advanced groups.

Thursdays

7:00 pm –
8:15 pm

5/7/15 – 6/18/15

RIMPW7C

M $120

P $130