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

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Oct 03
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 that topic and others under the heading of, "Why is
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Why Improv is a Legit Art Form

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Sep 06
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 a performer’s education. Others scoff and dismiss

How Improv in the Classroom Can Open the Mind

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Aug 10
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 Knope on “Parks and Recreation,” she was a college
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Improv for Business: Changing Corporate America

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Jul 22
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 them to pay attention to one

What Improv Can Teach Tomorrow’s Doctors

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Jul 12
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 a bed with privacy. The patient