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The Improv Diaries - Master Of The Keys, Rotations and Similarity... [Case Study Cutthroat Kitchen]

This week I was back in the Punderstandably wagon and it was great to be back. Whilst it is nice to have a break from Improv over Christmas, it is nice to be back with people I really enjoy performing with. 999 more words

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A Warm Welcome To Our New Writers - Hoopla Impro!

So we have some exciting news to announce here on The Phoenix Remix, the London Improv Company Hoopla is jumping on board the PR train and are joining the writing team! 718 more words

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INTERVIEW / SHOW OF THE WEEK - Awkwardly Quiet, The Miller

Today we are going to talk to a twoprov that are performing a set at The Miller on the 24th January. Awkwardly Quiet are an Organic Improv Troupe made up of Lizzy Mace and Andreas Södermark and i sat down with them to find out more about their show. 587 more words

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But, Out

A woman in my class this week told me that since our first class, where we learned what it means to “yes and,” she noticed the amount of times over the week that she had the tendency to write “ 362 more words

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Puns should not be read out loud.

*wipes dust off blog*

ohhhh boy.

OK. So here is the deal: I have been experimenting with mediums and the written word, but also mediums and the improvised word, and one singular medium with improvised rhythms. 306 more words

let's be friends

This morning I was reflecting on how Work and Play are often separated. And lo and behold a story spilled forth. : )

Once upon a time there was a boy named Dirk. 663 more words

Fabulous Forward Thinking Fridays

“Often when you think you’re at the end of something, you’re at the beginning of something else.” Fred Rogers

This quote applies well to Fridays. For many, Fridays signal the end of the work week, and it’s always in the same place sandwiched between Thursday and Saturday right near the end of the calendar week. 748 more words

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