FOR THE LOVE OF
In this podcast, expect to hear from some amazing improvisers who contribute to improv in unique and intelligent ways – to help you understand your own style. Grow with us as we explore improv games, history, philosophy, and techniques — all For The Love Of Improv.
When it comes down to it, we are all just adults playing pretend. We are having fun and creatively engaging because it feels good. This podcast supports and lifts up our local and extended improv communities as we all try to become better improvisers and human beings.
View show notes from our latest episodes as well as guests we expect to see soon. Feel free to write any comments about what you would like to hear from our upcoming guests, and your comments may be featured on the show.
Jason Sarna Sketch ComedyJason Sarna Originally from Chicago, Jason Sarna has studied sketch writing at world famous improv theaters including The Annoyance, IO and Second City ("Isn't that where a lot of SNL folks came from?" you ask. "Yup!" God answers.). Currently,...
Lisa Woods Improv As An ArtformUPCOMING: Improv As An Artform w/ Lisa Woods This episode will focus on Improv as an ongoing artform. Speaking with Lisa Woods who has delved into nearly every class that has been available to her in all different types of improv, Lisa...
When a scene falls flat, how do you bring it back to life? Courtney Ropp gives us some revival techniques.
We are so excited that Aurora Boles will grace our show. As a lead member of Reno Improv, she was pivotal in starting the Reno Improv Community as we know it.
MEET YOUR HOSTS
Katie Welsh started improv to work on her skills as a stand up comedian and in the process, became passionate about the art form. She has improvised on three teams: Kill Joy, All Things Reconsidered and Sensitive People. Outside of the comedy world, Katie is a creative writer, a dog mama, a Spanish teacher, a social media marketer and a pretty dang good salsa dancer to boot!
Jesi Wicks is a local creative, a mama, an actor, and an improviser. As a military brat, she witnessed many diverse cultures within the US, and consequently has a passion for perspective work on the stage. Jesi was always meant to do improv even before she discovered it. As a relentless extrovert, improv gives her energy and the freedom to be herself around people who accept and love her.
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