A week of hiking in Sedona and exploring the Grand Canyon can only lead to one thing: improv revelations. When I have time to turn things over in my head and view them from many angles, I usually end up smack in the middle of contemplating the world of improv.
“Before I start teaching a new round of classes, I like to go back to notes I’ve taken from instructors and books throughout the years. Here are some notes from a workshop I took from Joe Bill from Chicago in 2006.”
I want you to picture fireworks in your head. Think about what they look like. What color. Think about what you associate with fireworks. For me, fireworks are big, in the air, loud, attention-grabbing, confident and always putting on a show.
We’ve been interested in starting a blog for quite some time now but have always been unsure how to start. That’s the thing about improv: we never know how it’s going to start. No matter how much practice the team goes through we will never know how the show goes go until we do it.