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November 7th, 2020

you should do things for your own joy and entertainment, but there's another reason that you won't learn until later: the audience does NOT want to cringe. the joy of watching improv is the knife's edge of KNOWING that the performer has no idea what comes next, and succeeding

October 12th, 2020

Person/Peter Limberg came up in a competitive improv setting as well

November 7th, 2020

(flipside: if ppl's first experiences with improv was bad improv, it can be so cringe they never watch it again)

July 14th, 2020

improv was an attempt to get some of it back

November 7th, 2020

one school of thought in improv is that if you get confused, literally just ask. "wait, what's your name? I thought you were Y." I've seen performers literally go "TIME OUT", tell each other who their characters are, and resume. It's fucking hilarious