Sketch 301: Writing a Sketch Show

Hone your individual voice as a writer as you prepare a sketch show with your classmates


Write and Produce Your Own Sketch Show

Sketch 301 is the culmination of our Sketch program at UCB. Students will work together to write and produce an original sketch show that will be performed in front of a live audience. Students will be held to weekly deadlines in order to generate material to be featured in the show while also collaborating with others. They will also gain insights into the rehearsal process, and observe teh process of working with actors to bring sketches to life.

Students will be expected to devote time to writing and rewriting material outside of class. Students will also get the experience of rehearsing, blocking, and producing sketches for the stage.


In-Person & Online Classes!

With classes both in-person and online, students can take UCB's sketch writing program from anywhere in the world!


Students must have completed Sketch 201 at UCB prior to registration


What You'll Learn

Writing, rewriting, and producing sketch for the stage

Advanced pitching techniques

Choosing sketches and run order

Implementing tech in live performance

Sketch 301

Included with Registration

Standard price

What You Receive

Included in tuition for Sketch 201, students at UCB receive the following benefits:

  1. Eight 3-hour sessions with professionally trained instructors
  2. A class show in front of a live audience
  3. Access to student standby to see almost any show for free depending on availability
  4. A portfolio of stage-ready sketches worked on in class

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