His love of the theater kept him working steadily in plays outside of the world of improv. He was a member of Chicago’s Center Theater Ensemble and did plays at Stage Left, Steppenwolf, and The Bailiwick. He moved to LA briefly where he studied with Ivana Chubbuck. In NYC he became a regular at ASSSSCAT and a teacher at the first UCB space. Patrick performs regularly as a member of the long-form improv group Centralia. He is a teacher of acting and improvisation at The Peoples Improv Theater (The PIT) and is available for personal acting and improv coaching.
Patrick has also taught for Time In Kids and is also available for private acting coaching. Patrick travels solo and with his group Centralia, teaching improvisation workshops to children and adults nationwide. In his classes and workshops, Patrick will help you learn how to make bold choices that connect you with the material and get you out of your head!.
You will want to learn more about my friend Patrick and his upcoming classes through the links below.
You might want to listen to my fascinating discussions with other improv teachers and innovators including Deana Criess and Clay Drinko. *Improv Interviews podcast‘ is introduced by Susan L. Parker of yourinternationalvoice.com