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Spotlight On: I’m With Her

“if there isn’t a fake moustache at some point, I’ve wasted everyone’s time.”

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Spotlight On: The Haiku Lady

“There’s an adage about improv that I use when I teach: ‘All you have in improv is the floor and your scene partner.’ And now, in solo improv, all I have is the floor!”

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Spotlight On: Michael J. Astrauskas

“I’ve noticed that characters are most believable — and therefore most engaging — as well as easiest to play, when the performance is coming from some real place, which may or may not lead to laughter.”

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Spotlight On: Solovela

“I want to have a balance of bringing in the tropes, but also modernizing them. I don’t want to just bring in the stereotypes without considering how far we’ve come when it comes to gender roles, what modern relationships look like, etc.”

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Spotlight On: Cheeze&Crackerz

“We are both drawn to strong characters with a definite point of view. We pay attention to each other, the whole person, words, postures and expressions.”

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Spotlight on: Steve Horton

“When I do stand up, I get frustrated that I can’t do emotional character work. And when I do improv, I get frustrated that I can’t do my witty observations about all the different books and DVDs on minimalism.”

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How to run a successful online improv festival

Lots of people are looking for reasons to believe that an online festival won’t work, or that it won’t be as good as the “real thing.” We’re here to tell you that it can.

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Spotlight On: Sharon & Karen

“We love the feeling of walking off stage and knowing in our guts that everything clicked, that we gave it our all, that we listened hard and supported one another, and that we loved the hell out of each other for every single second.”

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Spotlight On: Crossed Wires

“Expect a show that is like going to a movie theater to see a movie, but the movie theater is stuck in a tornado.”

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Spotlight On: Cuzzins

“Expect little to nothing except and including the collapse of all things known unfolding into an origami-esque fractal of the conspicuous subconscious streaming tickle tendrils tangentially fringing mellifluously upon the cortex keys of existential sublimity. Aka, expect to have fun.”