NCF Workshop: Physical Characters
763 Granby St, Norfolk, VA 23510, USA
Character work is vital to storytelling. How characters behave and why gives context and flavor to the worlds we are building in our improv scenes. If you find yourself often playing yourself or you’re tired of your same wheelhouse of characters, join us for new discovery of characters through the exploration of physicality and emotion.
Whittney Millsap is an actor and improviser, located in Atlanta. She has been an improv company member at Dad's Garage since 2010, where she has performed in many scripted shows and continues to perform improv shows weekly. Whittney can also often be found performing improv with her group, Sweater Puppies
When she isn't performing or teaching, Whittney is often participating in collaborations with various artist groups, such as Terminus Modern Theatre Ballet and Atlanta Opera. These collaborations often lead to new artistic endeavors, such as the group ImprOper- comprised of improvisers and opera singers- who create completely improvised operas together.
Whittney loves creating, teaching, performing, and continues to pursue her television and film career in Atlanta.
Saturday, September 21st at the Push Comedy Theater
763 Granby Street
Time: 2pm . Cost: $40