John Haynes discusses what makes an improv duo successful, the benefits of catering a teaching curriculum to individual students, and why silence shouldn’t be feared. Also, John signs bananas, Matt runs up the stairs of our hearts, and Philip makes the ultimate sacrifice.
Kevin Albertson, Max Leibowitz, Josh Awend, and Next At Bat’s own Matt McCloud discuss the importance of honoring the audience’s suggestion, how the Minneapolis pro bono improv community is great, but could use more critique, and reach out to the water cooler that started it all. Also, Josh sends a WWII love letter you won’t […]
Drew Kersten and Eric Heiberg discuss universal notes, name-dropping, being yourself on stage and how misinterpretations can lead to new discoveries. Also, we discover how the Lincoln assassination was caused by English speaking bunnies.
Bryan Pierce, Will Roberts and Christian Unser of Geek Out (unfortunately Maria Bartholdi, Nate Morse, Molly Lermon and James Moore couldn’t make it) discuss not making fun of audience volunteers, the benefits of a short form background, and how knowledge of the topic is not required. Also, Will geeks out about roller coasters, the Mystery […]
We head to HUGE Theater for our first “on location” recording with Hannah Wydeven and Butch Roy, where they give us a candid look into the strange origin of their duo, what they are each trying to improve, and how giving up control pushes each of them as improvisors (and makes them have more fun). […]