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Why Is Improv So Scary? The “I’m Not Funny” Myth

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Oct 03
Why Is Improv So Scary? The "I'm Not Funny" Myth If I have heard it once, I have heard it a thousand times, "I love improv, but I could never do it because I'm not funny." The awesome folks at Improv Cincinnati compiled a six part blog series that covers
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Why Improv is a Legit Art Form

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Sep 06
Why Improv is a Legit Art Form We're sharing this article from On Stage Blog, on a subject that is near and dear to our hearts - Improv and whether it is taken seriously as an art form : Some actors swear by improv, viewing it as indispensable part of

How Improv in the Classroom Can Open the Mind

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Aug 10
How Improv in the Classroom Can Open the Mind For an example of how improv in the classroom led to a bigger deal, let's visit a famous comedian. Long before Amy Poehler became famous for her comic roles as Hillary Clinton on “Saturday Night Live,” and as indefatigable bureaucrat Leslie
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Improv for Business: Changing Corporate America

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Jul 22
Improv for Business: Changing Corporate America We are sharing this article from Vice.com, showing how the unconventional world of improv can help very conventional business teams.  _________________ Clint Schaff and his team stood in a circle chanting “bunny bunny.” They giggled, self-consciously, while another man, corporate consultant Mike Bonifer, told

What Improv Can Teach Tomorrow’s Doctors

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Jul 12
What Improv Can Teach Tomorrow's Doctors Shared from: TheAtlantic.com There is something about the ER—especially the night shift—that thrives on spontaneity. It's just past 2 a.m. I meet him for the first time in a hallway stretcher—one step past the waiting room and any number of hours before he inherits