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.
We have all been there; an out of town troupe is performing in your local theatre or you’re visiting an improv theatre in another city, and a group takes the stage that resets your improv excitement barometer causing you to
“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
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
There are often debates in the world of improv as to whether improv is theatre, comedy, improv comedy or whatever other labels we can come up with. Regardless of what people consider it, it’s an art-form that is developed in
I have had quite a fortunate year in improv in 2014. Despite all the challenges life has thrown my way, all the ups and downs, improv is the reliable beacon of fun, community and self development. I’ve already talked about