This is a book about long-form improv, the art of making up comedy scenes as you go (meaning no script) on a stage. Improv Nonsense was a critically acclaimed blog about long-form improv, written by Will Hines, a teacher and performer from the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre. The blog ranged from Will's off-the-cuff musings like "New students sure do like to use the name 'Janice'" to long, detailed essays like "Why are there fewer women then men on improv teams?." It was sharp, opinionated, made no effort to include the newcomer, interesting, friendly, helpful and often completely wrong. Six years of posts, almost 600 pages of stuff.
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|Size: ||551 KB|
|Publisher: ||Pretty Great Publishing|
|Date published: || 2016|
|ISBN: ||9780982625750 (DRM-EPUB)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|