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Truthful Improv: Sehar Manji
3:00 PM on Sunday Jan. 6th
Arts Court - Court Rm., 2nd Fl., 2 Daly Ave.
Price: $30 (+HST)

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This workshop will focus on “being human” on stage. We’ll focus on emotionally-driven scenes, relationship dynamics, using our personal truths to inspire scenework, as well as hyper-listening and responding without dropping your “thing”.

Catch Sehar with her troupe “Colour Outside the Lines” at our comedy fundraiser 'Ring in the New' at Happy Goat - 35 Laurel St., 8pm - Saturday, January 5!

Born and raised in Nairobi, Sehar Manji is now a Montreal-based improviser, improv teacher, actor, writer, standup and sketch comedian. She performs regularly on stages around the city and has appeared in local festivals (MPROV, Montreal Sketchfest, Ladyfest, Fringe, OFF-JFL, POP Montreal) and has also performed in Toronto (The Big City Improv Festival and JFL42), New York (The Del Close Marathon) and was a part of the International Ensemble at the Vancouver International Improv Festival for the third year in a row, this Fall. Most recently, Sehar was selected as a participant of CBC’s Kim’s Convenience Emerging Writers’ Room and got the opportunity to work with showrunners, Ins Choi and Kevin White.