Jeff Bezos tries to get free labor from the Girl Scouts, a pack of drones harass a café, a hookah bar owner proclaims himself to be the “Lounge Daddy”, and a lot more!
Today’s guest is Francisco Antillón. Francisco is an improviser, coach, and teacher at the Assembly Mexico in Mexico City. He is also host of a wonderfully succinct and informative podcast called “Long Form Short Pod”, and author of the book “Long Form Short Book”.
In this episode we discuss character point of view, deep dive on justifying unusual behaviors, swap pet improv theories, talk about the comedy scene in Mexico City, and much more.
In this episode of Exploring Improv, I speak with Kimberly Alu. Kimberly is an improviser and teacher in New York City. She is active at the People’s Improv Theater (PIT) where she is an instructor and performer. She also performs improv at the Armory, and is one of the founders of Socially Distant Improv on Instagram. This is in addition to an impressive list of screen and stage credits.
Kimberly and I talk about leading with empathy and vulnerability, finding comedy in the relationship, handling big characters, online improv, and more.
In this episode of Exploring Improv, host Andy Barrett speaks with Bill Arnett. Bill is an internationally renowned teacher, former head of the iO Chicago Training Center, founder of the Chicago Improv Studio, and author of the book The Complete Improviser. In this episode, Bill talks about being aware of improv styles, playing realistically, how “who, what, and where” is not enough, the future of improv, and much more.
In this episode of Exploring Improv, host Andy Barrett speaks with Bobby McCosky. Bobby is an improviser in Kansas City Missouri, and the branch manager of The Improv Shop Kansas City. He is a former ensemble member of the KC Improv Company, where he was also a teacher and director of their training center. He’s also the author of the improv blog “yeslabrynth” on Tumblr.