Many roads led to Improv 101. Sure, I wanted to give more confident presentations at work, explore my creativity and try something new, all of which I have accomplished. But what keeps me so enthusiastically engaged with improv is the perfect mix of intellectual, physical and emotional challenges. The stage is a great canvas for (what might otherwise remain useless) knowledge, experiences, pop culture, feelings, and nonsense.
Never apologize for being weird. – Mandy Price, Improv 202 instructor and founder of Coven
The improv community is a magnetic force of individuals whom I cherish. My favorite improvisers can be described as:
Connecting with these improvisers on- and off-stage has been a true delight. I want to keep learning this art form and continue to challenge my brain and body to create one-of-a-kind performance art that is genuine and interesting. Thank you for your interest and support of this endeavor.