TESTIMONIALS - Improv for Commercial Auditions Workshop
with Second City's Nicole Passmore!
I can't say enough about Nicole, she was awesome! Excellent listener and always positive!!! I couldn't ask for a better mentor! Thank you Nicole!
Deb, to have you in the room and provide feedback was invaluable! I can't tell you how many times I leave "the room" starving for feedback, I know the casting directors are busy, but who doesn't need feedback? Thank you!
Looking forward to the next class and practicing what I've learned in class in "the room"!
Until next time....Thanks again and see ya in the room! ;-)
"The workshop was fantastic!
Thanks for putting on a great workshop.
Nicole did a great job introducing and teaching us how to apply the mindset and concepts of improv to the audition room. I was impressed how Nicole was able to switch on and be so believable when doing so.
A real talent!
- Rob Hakesley
“Such an amazing workshop!!
I thought the class length was perfect... it didn't feel rushed and Nicole was able to pack a lot in but any longer and my brain may have hurt!
I definitely feel that the skills we learned in the workshop will help in the audition room and I enjoyed the the day very much. I feel it was money and time well spent. Nicole is an excellent teacher, I think she is very skilled at bringing out the best in people and I felt comfortable with her almost instantly.
Thank you for creating this class!
Hi Deb and Nicole,
I loved everything about the class.
Nicole had so much to say…I learned a lot.
I thought the length was perfect and doing the commercial at the end was a great way to try some of the things we learned.
I would definitely do another improv class.
Improv scares me and now I am a little more comfortable.
Here’s to moving forward J
What an awesome day! Absolutely loved it!
I felt the length of the class was perfect (cost was reasonable too!) and the structure of the day worked well. Warm up exercises and then an 'audition'. Nicole was terrific; very engaging, positive and encouraging.
For me the class confirmed that it is more than okay to go with your first thought and not judge it; because when you judge or filter your spontaneity, it no longer is spontaneous.
- Teresa Laverty