Thanks so much to all of the high school performers who took part in my Thespian Convention Workshop. on October 24th. There were over 90 of you there at one point!
As promised, I want to provide you with information about online classes, our annual youth comedy festival and a short list of improv resources that are pretty easy to obtain.
Feel free to write with questions and I’ll do my best to get back to you in a timely manner! firstname.lastname@example.org
Outdoor Improv Classes (if you happen to be in the Austin area)
There are tons of improv focused books, blogs and podcasts out there. Below are some that I have found helpful in my own work. There’s no right or wrong way to approach improv, but there are endless suggestions and ideas. Look into as many as you can. Figure out what works for you now. Do it for a while and then figure out what will work next. There’s only process.
The Upright Citizens Brigade Comedy Improvisation Manual
How to be the Greatest Improviser on Earth by Will Hines
Pirate, Robot, Ninja: An Improv Fable
The Complete Improviser by Bill Arnett
Jill Bernard’s Small Cute Book of Improv
Improv Encyclopedia (This site includes games, resources, definitions and other helpful information.)