A cult. A philosophy. A religion.
These are the terms people use to describe improv. The casual outsider would be amazed at how intensely some people view improv. It’s just a way to make jokes, right? Or a some guidelines for brainstorming together in public? Well, yes, it is those things. And to some people that’s all it is.
But something in the language of our culture communicates something grander. And so, those of us who really get into it, we automatically probe all of the advice we get for our scenes for something more.
Anonymous asked: Hey, will you keep doing the AHS recap cosmic this season? Looking forward to it so much! It's so fun!
You are the sweetest. Unfortunately, I have a new job and outside commitments (improv, sketch writing) that take up all my extra time. Also, I just moved and I don’t even have cable yet! Ah!!! It’s a travesty.
"Just because it gets marginally better doesn’t mean it ever gets good enough."
"If it turns out that President Barack Obama can make a deal with the most intransigent, hard-lined, unreasonable, totalitarian mullahs in the world—but not Republicans—maybe he’s not the problem."