Setting a playful but professional tone in the rehearsal hall is a challenging and crucial goal worthy of our utmost attention.
“Best and Worst” provides a worthwhile post-show ritual for checking in with everyone.
Are you getting the most out of your post-show note sessions? Enjoy these thoughts on the equally important functions of both giving and receiving feedback.
Many view this advice as a golden rule of improv: strive to make your fellow players look good…
Starting the new year (and a new letter) with a little “Kindness.”
Some questions to consider on the path to “Inclusiveness” in our improv spaces.
How can we best take care of our partners and our companies as we step into the unknown with each other?
This tenth and final commandment reminds us that we shouldn’t take our improv too seriously…