Participants in the class role-played difficult work conversations to discover how improv and work have a lot in common.
A couple of suggestions from the audience... no props... and you're off and running. Improvisational comedy has been around for decades, and its popularity shows no sign of declining.
I have no patience for that kind of bullsh*t.
"There's no question, we miss our son. But I'm not concerned for his well-being. He's improvising."
How do you get people to put down their phones and go to a movie theater? Producer Miranda Bailey has been wrestling with that question for some time and has some answers for emerging producers.
Their new film, "Don't Think Twice," is out this summer.