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.
PS: In the book you discuss an improv trick: Moving from "Yes, but..." to "Yes, and..." language. Why is this so important
Mike Birbiglia's feature film Don't Think Twice earned a Best Comedy Feature Film nomination from the Broadcast Film Critics
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.
and... ...to the rapping and dancing moment as seen in the photo below. Chris Gethard is the show's host, creator, and producer
Vacation Jason showed up to reek havoc, protest social norms, eat the core of his apple, all while doing the first barefoot
A very important part of improv is listening. I was reminded of this a while ago when my second child was only two years old. He was being fussy while I was changing his diaper. I asked him, “Is it hard being a little kid sometimes?” He said, “Yeah.” I asked, “What’s hard about being a little kid?” What he said stopped me in my tracks.
The era of "embarrassment" over Jewish "ghetto culture" is long over. A major effort is needed to go beyond one-week workshops and find a way to provide substantial support for offerings in traditional Jewish music and culture at all levels of Jewish and general education...and, if not now, when?
The writers deserve the credit for the show's humorous dialogue.
Turn your work into a game - Da Big Kahuna here is Dopamine. Take it from fellow Psychology Today blogger David J. Linden
I swear I have the same experience on branded content campaigns. This is a made-up example, but I bet it will ring true to