At the 2008 Summer Improv Workshop, Avery Jones gives his interpretation of a flight attendant
instructing a plane load of chained-together convicts on how to exit the plane if it should crash into the ocean.
Improv?? At the Library?????
You bet! As part of our ongoing teen program, area teens are invited to an Actor’s Improvisation class given by Birmingham actor, Jim Aycock which will be offered on President’s Day, Monday, February 16th at 10:00am at Bradshaw Library. Aycock will lead a group in acting exercises and share tips about working as a professional actor. The program will last all day and a performance will be given at 3:30 pm for parents and friends.
Jim Aycock trained as an actor at the University of Alabama and has worked professionally in L.A. as an actor and singer and currently performs his original music at venues throughout the Southeastern U.S. In addition to his music, Jim can also be heard as voice talent on national TV/radio commercials. He is an announcer for Subway and many others. He has had speaking parts in several motion pictures, including a featured role in Walt Disney's "Tom and Huck", as the defense lawyer. Aycock has produced music CDs, performed on television and the big screen in the feature film Tom and Huck.
Lunch will be served. Registration is free, but will be limited to 20. Participants must be at least 13 years old and under 19 years old. Please call the library at 334/768–2161 to reserve a spot in the class.