Arcade at Home: Brian Gray Remote Workshops

Improviser Brian Gray is offering two new improv workshops in April, providing an opportunity for folks to laugh together online and raise money for Arcade!

A fundraising campaign for Arcade Comedy Theater
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Remote Improv Workshops presented by Brian Gray:

  • Saturday, April 4, 2 - 5pm: Dramatic Conflict, OR Less Fighting More Drama
  • Wednesday, April 15, 6:30 - 9:30pm: Breaking the Pattern of Judgement

Coronavirus is changing the way the world works. During this time, many improv shows and classes are canceled, and many improvisors are quarantined at home craving social interaction and community. Pittsburgh-based improviser, teacher, and coach Brian Gray had been hoping to beta test a few new workshops, so he is now offering them as online remote workshops. He hopes to experiment with online teaching, as well as get feedback on the new workshops, while providing an opportunity for folks to laugh together and raise money for Arcade Comedy Theater during the COVID-19 shutdown.

For more information and to register for these workshops, visit Brian's website: http://brianmgray.com/remote-workshops

These workshops are free of charge. Participants are encouraged to donate to this fundraising page based on their personal financial situation. All proceeds directly benefit Arcade Comedy Theater's non-profit mission of elevating and advancing the art of comedy in Pittsburgh. You can also support this fundraiser by sharing the link on your social media or via email. Not available to take these workshops? You can help support this donation page by sharing or donating, too. Thank you!



4.22.2020 Arcade at Home: Brian Gray Remote Workshops Update

April 22, 2020

Thank you so much for donating to the "Arcade at Home: Brian Gray Remote Workshops" fundraising page! We hope you thoroughly enjoyed Brian's improv workshops. 

There were 23 participants total in Brian's new improv workshops "Dramatic Conflict, OR Less Fighting More Drama" and "Breaking the Pattern of Judgement". Donated proceeds from the workshops totaled $365! It is heartwarming to see so many people continue to collaborate on honing their improv skills during this time at home.

Your support of Arcade during the COVID-19 shutdown means so much to the board, staff, teachers, coaches, volunteers, performers, and comedy community at large. Thank you for participating and donating online!


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About the Organization

Arcade Comedy Theater is a 501(c)3 non-profit theater organization that produces, presents, and educates in the art of comedy. The theater is a BYOB-friendly performance space that offers weekly shows in improv, stand-up, sketch, and other comedic forms to a wide variety of audiences, including a bi-weekly, "pay as you wish," show for kids. The mission is simple: to elevate and advance the art of comedy in Pittsburgh.