Samantha Baker Harris, Sean Dillon, Adam Litz, Mike DallaValle, and Tom Winner of Nimblicity (unfortunately Maureen Tubbs and Jordan Bainer couldn’t make it and Jen Scott had to leave as soon as we were ready to start recording) talk about how a bunch of coworkers became an improv group about coworkers. They discuss the difference between close quarters and small town, and the importance of making scene be about the relationship, not the thing. They also comment on letting scenes breathe, finding your role, the groups diverse skill sets, and where to draw the line between realistic and absurd.
Also, we explore the inner workings of a calf-implant company.
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