Rollin' In Riches has no form when they perform. They Yes And everything and a form emerges. They've performed mono scenes, multiple disparate scenes, forms resembling Close Quarters, Harolds, Armandos, Wagon Wheels & anything else you could think of.  In this workshop they will show you how to create a culture of trust, how to take Yes And to the next level, how to make rapid-fire moves and risks that are organic to the scene/show and how to ultimately follow the show wherever the SHOW goes without judgment, worry about making the wrong move or concern for laughs.


Instructors: Rich Baker & Rolland Lopez
Rich Baker: Improviser since 1999. Rich has taught at: Second City ChicagoSecond City HollywoodWestside Comedy Theatre (Santa Monica), ComedySportz ChicagoThe Comedy Shrine and Laugh Out Loud Theatre. He primarily makes his living teaching and coaching improv in Los Angeles. He's performed and taught at the Dallas Comedy Festival, San Diego Improv Festival, Los Angeles Improv Festival and four ComedySportz World Tournaments. He has basically devoted his whole adult life to the craft of improv comedy.

Rolland Lopez: Rolland has been doing improv for almost a decade. During that time, he’s performed at the Seattle Festival of Improv Theater, Improvaganza (in Honolulu), Dallas Comedy Festival, LA Improv Festival, SF Sketchfest, San Diego Improv Festival and the Downtown Vegas Improv Festival. He’s been a member of the Westside Comedy Theater’s flagship show, Mission Improvable, for over 5 years and has coached at the WCT for 2. During the last 4 years he's taught every level there and as has also taught in corporate settings. He’s a foreign language nerd and is currently studying Russian and ASL.