Here we are again, you and I, half way between the awkwardness of not being sure if we still give Christmas greetings or do we jump straight into New Year greetings. So much can change in year. When I wrote
“How is everyone with kissing?” I love teaching Emotion in improv. It’s one of my favourite topics. It’s interesting when teaching it internationally how different cultures approach the topic and where comfort levels are with expressing that with others on
Here we are the end of another year. If you’re thinking that this year has flown by, well it hasn’t, but you have gotten older which means you perception of time has changed because you have more years of life
In the early days of my improv career, I used to struggle with some of the rules of improv, if such a thing exists. “There is no wrong way to do it”, “Make your partner look good”, “Yes and everything”.
All of my Level 1 courses offer scholarship opportunities for people new to improv and one of my recent scholarship students, Chakra O’Connor, has written about her experience from a 2 day Level 1 Intensive. Before taking part in Neil’s
I rarely wear shorts unless I’m on an adventurous outdoor holiday. However the Phoenix climate made the wearing of shorts a mandatory requirement. For the first time in my life, I rehearsed and directed improv in a pair of shorts.
AS 2016 draws to a close and we reflect on the turbulent year it has been on the political and celebrity bereavement front, the world of improv has been plowing away both in the limelight and behind the scenes around