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
All the World’s a stage And all the men and women merely players. They have their exits and their entrances, And one man in his time plays many parts.
Chicago and improv is just like ketchup and chips. Pointless having one without the other! When I arrived in Chicago I was eager to check out shows pronto to see what was going on. Four hours after getting off the
Its a busy time at the moment with me and Improv. Aside from the Level 1 and Level 2 Improv course I’m running, I also have 2 upcoming shows in Dublin. Ranelagh Arts Festival – 26th September – Humphrey’s Pub
So you may have read a previous blog post about No Drama Theatre’s Improv shows (Previously called Improvlova) or perhaps you have attended one of our shows (and hopefully had a good time!). We recently rebranded the improv show to