Today I talk too Mariana who is part of 20% Less, C3?, Portugaysian and Queerdos
. Today I talk to an improviser that performs regularly around London with teams ‘C3?’ And my two prob team ‘Authentic Dylan’ - Megan Harrison
All this week we have exclusive interviews with just some of the acts that are performing at the Hoopla Impro Marathon in London Bridge between 7pm Friday - 11pm Saturday night. I caught up with Mariana to find out all about the show that c3 Something have in store C3Something NAME OF SET: C3Something TIME … Continue reading Hoopla Improv Marathon – INTERVIEW – C3Something
Yes you read that correctly above - you can use dance moves to create warm up games to get used to making scenes. This was a technique that I was taught by Shem part of C3? and it is something that makes scene work very different and lots of fun! You start off the dance … Continue reading Improv Corner – Dance to Improv!
Yes, here in the blog we're still in October and John Timothy just got to town! John is currently a member of UCB Theatre's improv team The Curfew and among his previous teams you can find Sandino, where he played with Alan Starzinski - our subject from last week. John has trained at the UCB … Continue reading Take the right path!
C3Sundays are back in 2018! Sunday 7th January holds great things! The first improv show of the year and the first chance to jam, in an extended jam to boot! We're calling it the show of the week! Full disclosure, we haven’t fully investigated the validity of this statement, but we’re fully behind it! In … Continue reading C3Sundays with UCB’s Zack Willis
We'd like to take a break from keeping you up to date with all the great classes we've been lucky to be able to bring you, to thank everyone involved in all the shows we ran during the year. There were many, many shows - our weekly Sunday show at The Horse and Stables and … Continue reading Thank You!
We're back to my favourite week of the year! This week I'll talk about the philosophy Will Hines centred his classes around during his week in London back in September. Looking at everything you do in improv with the Voice of Reason/Unusual Person dichotomy in mind is super useful and makes everything easier! If you're … Continue reading Voicing Your Reason
We've arrived to what was probably the best week of my year! Maybe not in general, but almost definitely in my comedic life. I'd have to exclude moments like co-creating a whole women's team, co-creating a show I'm super proud of, writing and performing stand-up for the first time...all amazing personal accomplishments in my comedy … Continue reading Keep it Simple!
Rounding these classes up and figuring out what I took from each class and each teacher is proving to be way more useful than I originally thought it would when I first suggested doing it! Next up is Rick Andrews, head instructor from the Magnet Theatre in New York, who was in London for a … Continue reading Observing Your Environment