Why Workshops and Collaboration are Improv Gold

Posted by on Feb 16, 2018 in Improv Thoughts | No Comments
Why Workshops and Collaboration are Improv Gold

As an independent improv group, The Moonsharks have always prided ourselves on being able to self-coach and collaborate as a team on constructive notes during practice. In truth, there’s a sense of empowerment that comes from giving every member in the group an equal voice when it comes to performance and business decisions. However, as […]

How to Make (and Keep) an Independent Improv Team

Posted by on Sep 11, 2017 in Improv Thoughts | No Comments
How to Make (and Keep) an Independent Improv Team

How to Make (and Keep) an Independent Improv Team By: Ethan Goldman As improv as an art-form increases in popularity, we see more and more improv teams popping up. In a major city you may find anywhere from a few dozen to upwards of thousands of improv teams. Many of the more recognizable teams are […]

Yes And, No

Posted by on Apr 3, 2015 in Improv Thoughts | No Comments
Yes And, No

Yes And, No By: Andrew Bogue How many times have you said “no” today? It might not be the first number you think of as you go through the motions of your daily routine. However, at the end of a long workday, counting up your number of negative responses might turn out to be a […]