Eric Thompson and Matt Allex, representing Double-Blind Improv, talk about how producing a show in which the games and cast are chosen at random can create energy because improv audiences tend to be smart and want you to succeed. They also talk about dealing with difficult venues, breaking, the importance of a good host, the value of doing what you think you can’t do, and why bombing is good for your soul.
We try a new segment, Philip’s Corner, in which we discuss burritos and life hacks, then do some short-form.
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