One Step Closer to Broadway
Mastering Advanced Performance
with Matthew Van Colton & Stephanie McCullough
Equal parts analysis, master-class, and professional boot camp, this two-day workshop is designed to transition a good music improviser into a fantastic performer. Matt & Steph will give you the skills and confidence to follow their footsteps toward professional music improvisation.
DATES: March 14th & 15th
TIME: 10am - 2pm
LOCATION: MCL Chicago
SIZE: Limited to 12 STUDENTS.
Early Registration: $200 - Ends March 1st at 12am.
You have the training, you play with a regular group, but you know you can still be better, and you often make the same mistakes…you’re this close…take the leap!
This workshop is for those who want to:
This workshop also includes a pre-class consultation, so that Matt & Steph can tailor the work to the participants. It will be heavy on rotations & reps and light on bullshit.
"I have had Matt as a teacher, coach, and fellow cast member. I would not have half the confidence or skill that I do without his guidance."
Second City Tour Co
"One of the best music improvisers in the country."
Founder/Producer New York Music Improv Festival
Matthew Van Colton most recently appeared in Blank! The Musical, off-Broadway, and is one of the most respected music improvisers and coaches working in the artform today. His unique hybrid of skills comes from years of training, teaching and performing with Second City Theatricals and UP Comedy Club, iO, Baby Wants Candy, Musical Improv House Ensemble at Second City, Porchlight, ImprovAcadia, Victory Gardens, Best Musical, Royal George, One Night Only, Citizen’s Relief, Northlight, Musical! the Musical, Chicago Dramatists, TUTA theatre, and others. He is a faculty member at The Second City Training Center, and the Annoyance New York. He has also taught or coached for Evanston Township High School, North Coast (NYC), Acting Studio Chicago, and Happy Karaoke Fun Time (New York and Chicago), among others. He is a member of Actor’s Equity.
“He identifies specific, useful ways to improve; he truly knows and cares about his students.”
“He knows how to make the satire sharper.”