Chris Fair

@laserprov

Chris's Info

Chris Fair, A Chicagoland comedian for over 15 years, started his comedy career doing stand up in 2004 and after five years slowly transitioned to the art of improvisation. In 2011, two-years into his adventures in improv, Chris started to explore the concept of Laser Comedy while working for his brother’s laser reactive clothing company, Hyphy Color. Using the same laser reactive technology, Chris paints worlds of characters drawn and voiced out of his imagination.

Here's how audiences react: https://youtu.be/10LUHOmZWGE

Chris has studied improv, acting and sketch comedy at Second City, iO Chicago, ComedySportz Chicago, the Annoyance Theatre and many other independent improv ventures. Fair has played with multiple independent and theatre afiliated improv teams and showcases though out Chicago and has traveled to perform at Improv and Comedy festivals though out the United States.
Chris currently resides in Chicago.

Chris Fair's "Laser Focus" workshop concentrates visualizing details to influence your characters, multi-tasking your brain and being more purposeful in physicality and emotion. That's A LOT to focus on!

Why should you take this workshop though? It's unique and challenging especially when we break out the LASERS!!! Participants will eventually be drawing their characters and detailed choices on a laser reactive screen like a futuristic puppet while voice acting as their creations. That's where focusing on details and emotional/physical purpose really comes in handy.

It doesn't matter if you are a good artist or not, you can create an emotional adventure about a squiggly line with a 2 dots and a semi-circle. ~~~~:)

"This workshop helped me think more visually about scenes and characters." - Anonymous

"This workshop helped me visualize characters and worlds we create in new ways!" - Steve Horton

"Draw your yes/and!" - Tina M.

Workshop Testimonials!: https://youtu.be/gOPJYUcPDzo

"This workshop helped me think more visually about scenes and characters." - Anonymous

"This workshop helped me visualize characters and worlds we create in new ways!" - Steve Horton

"Draw your yes/and!" - Tina M.

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