There are months, and even years, in my improv career where I have felt completely stuck. I’ve felt like I was doing everything “right”, and yet, I just couldn’t seem to break out of the same old habits. I was playing the same British lady in every show, gravitating toward the same games, and getting […]
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Here’s a little throwback to a post I wrote for the best improv blog out there, People and Chairs. http://peopleandchairs.com/2012/05/07/guest-post-12-tips-for-festival-organizers-by-amy-shostak/
The following is an article that I wrote in 2013 for the professional journal alt.theatre for an edition called Gender & Theatre at The Margins. Special thanks to Nikki Shaffeullah, who is a rad improvisor, and the Editor-in-Chief for the magazine. She encouraged me to start writing about my experiences in improv, and she also […]
I’ve often wondered why so many improv scenes start with: silently digging a hole silently burshing your teeth silently opening a cupboard I call these scene starts “the classics”. Don’t get me wrong, I rock “the classics” all the time, and so do many improvisors around the world. There are awesome scenes that come out […]