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At the moment my website is mainly in Danish but I hope that participating this network will lead to an english…Continue
Anatomy of an Improv Workshop Failure
The Tyranny of Tables
By Patricia Ryan Madson
June 19, 2015
I’m an improviser so nothing really seems an obstacle to me when I consider the location for an appearance. I have given workshops in a wide variety of physical setups and I’ve always found a way to work around a less than optimal working space . . . until this time. My husband is fond of reminding me that…Continue
I’m fond of saying that selecting an improv coach/teacher is very much like finding a therapist. One size doesn’t fit all. And there are hundreds of reasons to commence a class or workshop with improv in the title, and there are at least as many teaching styles and purposes. And, truth be told, anyone can call herself an “improv teacher.” There is no formal or even informal certification of those who put out the IMPROV shingle. I’ve known a young woman who had…Continue
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