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Why Improv?

Why improv?

I just started a brand new class this week teaching the Art of Improvisation. As I was driving to class with David (my partner in crime for this session), we were discussing the finer points of the class itinerary (e.g. what we were going to do if nobody showed up, or if everybody showed up). As we were talking about what to do and say (you know, two improvisors planning what to say) David says, “Ask them why they are here.”

Story and the Art of Improv

When I was creating the Art of Improv with Think Fast program, I kept asking myself a lot of questions: “What needs to be learned by new improvisor?” for one. Agreement for sure, that’s the main principle of improv, but while agreement is 100% necessary to perform improv. That’s about as helpful as saying the […]