Improv warm ups are one of my favorite parts of rehearsal time. It marks the official beginning of rehearsal and gets us tuned in to each other and our energy up. Also, they’re really fun, even the really scary ones.
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Monday 4/14 : Second Week of AOI w/ TF This was Week Two of the Art of Improv with Think Fast! where we covered initiation and character work by concentrating on the opening of the scene, the Monday night students were building scenes that were completely functional, ready to play, and still “had legs” as we […]
Join Think Fast at Ong King’s monthly First Friday Variety show! Think Fast will be doing improv comedy with Honolulu’s best artists, dancers & musicians
This past Monday was a big moment for Think Fast! as The Art of Improv with Think Fast had their first class of the 8 week program!
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 […]
Tuesday, Sketch Writing 4/1 We are getting ready for our next Regards! Sketch Comedy Show! We’ve been meeting every week and are in the process of narrowing down our selection. We’ll keep you posted on that as we get closer. Thursday, Improv Class 4/3 On Thursday, Rory and I led the Adult Improv Program […]
This is something I heard quite often when I first started telling people I’m an improviser. It use to bug me. I would get worried when this statement would come, because it seemed like a huge amount of pressure was burdened on me to represent the genius of improvisation on one punchline. I would […]
Wednesday Mike Brown arriving -3/26 It is always a pleasure to have Mike Brown, solo improviser extraordinaire, return to Hawaii! We cleaned (most of) the heck out of our apartment for his stay. We all are so lucky to have him not only sharing his knowledge with us, but also performing his solo improvisation form […]