STAND-UP COMEDY CLASS – INTERMEDIATE LEVEL


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Class 187331-4-5: May 1, 8, 15 and 22.
INTERMEDIATE STAND-UP COMEDY
Wednesdays 7 pm-10 pm.
Tuition: $150 + $10 registration fee
University of Washington campus
Max. enrollment: 20. Enrolled so far: 15


In this class you will: 

  • Strengthen your comedy writing skills.
  • Discover and develop your comedic voice
  • Include physicality in your performance
  • Prepare for professional opportunities
  • Get personalized analysis and advice
  • Add to what you’ve already learned

NOTE: This is a NON-PERFORMANCE CLASS. Unlike the beginning class, there is no graduation show. (There is no public performance, but there will be opportunities to practice and get feedback on your routine in class.) Meets for four times in a classroom setting. 


About the Instructor:

Peter Greyy is 16-year comedy veteran, an experienced and effective comedy coach, and the Director of Talent for both the San Francisco Comedy Competition and the Seattle International Comedy Competition.


Peter has performed Stand-Up Comedy across North America in comedy clubs, theaters and festivals–including multiple performances at both the Bridgetown Comedy Festival AND the Bumbershoot Music & Arts Festival.  Peter has worked with many of today’s top comedians, including Jim Gaffigan, Mike Birbiglia and the late Joan Rivers.

In 2013, Peter was the headlining performer for an English-language comedy tour of the Balkan countries (Croatia, Slovenia, Serbia and Bosnia & Herzegovina.)

In 2016, Peter wrote and curated a “1940’s Canteen” show where he played the role of Bob Hope.  He has been seen on NBC, G4TV, Seattle’s Evening Magazine on KING-5 tv as well as in a couple of documentary films about comedy.  As the Director of Talent for two of the largest, longest running and most prestigious comedy competitions in the world, Peter Greyy has been recognized as an excellent judge of stand-up talent.

Peter has been teaching the basics of stand-up comedy for a decade, joining Stu Stuart and then teaching on his own for classes given through the University of Washington Experimental College as well as working with Carl Warmenhoven and the students of the Puget Sound Community School.  He has taught joke writing at 826 Seattle and given seminars to comedians in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada;  Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin; and Zagreb, Croatia.  He has also coached individual comedians of all ability levels.