About this Event
We’ve all had a pack of Ichiban noodles; deliciously salty, super simple, a reliable quick meal. BUT what if you juiced that sucker up with some eggs, green onion, burnt garlic butter, and some bbq pork? Now that’s an upgrade. In this workshop you’ll explore everyday characters and Gordie will show you some new techniques, so in the end you’re playing characters you had never even thought were possible! Through the use of exercises engaging your voice and physicality, Gordie will show you that everyone is capable of creating some BOLD ‘n’ JUICY characters.
Date: Thursday October 12, 5-7:30 PM
Location: The Jim Green House Studio at The Cultch (1885 Venables Street). Please note the entrance to the venue is at the back of the Green House, accessed via a gravel path.
14 spots available. Open to improvisers of all skill levels, 19+.
Prerequisite: Intro to Improv or equivalent required.
This workshop is produced by The Vancouver Improv Festival.
Questions? Email [email protected]
All participants will be required to sign our Anti-Harassment Policy prior to the workshop.
Please note, we will not be able to offer refunds for this event.
GORDIE LUCIUS (Edmonton)
Gordie Lucius is an award-winning creator, comedian, and writer and most recently has become the co-creator/host of the totally wild and out-there comedic natural history series Frick, I Love Nature which you can totally watch on CBC Gem. Other than being a cheeky lil nature host, Gordie was a finalist of the National Screen Institute’s 2020 Totally Television Program and is a recent alumnus of the Corus Writer’s Apprenticeship program where he had the pleasure to work on CBC’s Run The Burbs. When he’s not writing, hosting, or making props out of old tennis ball containers he can be found performing improvised comedy with Rapid Fire Theatre, where he has been a senior member for over 13 years.
Event Venue & Nearby Stays
Jim Green House Studio at The Cultch, 1885 Venables Street, Vancouver, Canada