It took 10 years but it finally happened. The first time I saw TJ & Dave was in the old iO Chicago, by Wrigley Field over 10 years ago. Both the late Jason R. Chin and UK improv heroes
Following a recent post in an Improv forum recent, I’ve had a few people from the International community asking for tips with running successful drop-in workshops so I thought it might be useful to write a blog and share my
As much as I love improvised theatre as an art form, it comes with one drawback. From a certain perspective, reviewing a show can feel redundant, given the very nature of improv is that every show is “one and done”.
Many of our Covid hobbies and distractions have expired for most of us; thrash TV like Tiger King, baking banana bread, online improv, taking the same photos of the same places on the same daily walk… However for some in the
It was 2012, and I was about to walk out on stage in the Mill Theatre in Dundrum for perform Neil+1 for the very first time. Nerves, anxiety, regret, excitement were colliding in my mind like a child trying to
I had nearly forgotten, it’s been 10 years. Damn pandemic messed with our concept of time. But here I am, 10 years on looking back on what performing an improvised show with a stranger has taught me about Improv and
Like many improvisers during the pandemic, a huge void made by lockdowns and restrictions needed to be filled. But I’m not talking about the creative void, arguably a creative void is easy to fill. Instead, other voids emerged, some consciously