From Paris to New York and everything in between
Tout nouveau!! Je cherche des improvisatrices débutantes ou confirmées sur Paris pour monter une troupe exclusivement féminine! Ouvert à toutes, pas de casting, tout le monde est bienvenue!
On sera des pionnières du vrai Long Form comme on la fait à New York et Chicago!
Cours GRATUIT pour au moins 8 semaines, avec participation aux frais de location de salle.
Performance toutes les 8 semaines au départ, puis plus souvent si la troupe se développe.
Si vous êtes intéressées, ou connaissez des personnes sur Paris qui le sont, contactez-moi: firstname.lastname@example.org
I’m a Feminist; I’m an activist; I’m an improviser; and I am combining all of this by launching my FIRST ever improv class in Paris, and I will teach to an all female audience for this first one.
If you know people in Paris interested in taking the class, send this info along. The class is free for the first women signing up, and they will have to cover the cost of the rehearsal space, commit to weekly rehearsals, a show every other month (to beging with) and to come completely open minded.
Let’s to this!
10 April 2013
This Thursday (MAR 28) at 11pm come see Poupak’s People!
For ONE EVENING ONLY, Poupak Sepehri (The Soul Glo Project, Pou & Nic, PANTS!) has gathered her friends, and some of the best musical improvisers in New York for a unique mach-up of talents. This musical improv show will experiment with mixing up styles, and coming up with a unique format. The audience will have an opportunity to jam at the end and make musical improv magic happen for the first and last time ever!
Get ready New York!
Featuring Michael Martin, Kirk Damato, Frank Spitznagel, Melissa Gordon, Ashley Ward, Julia Morales, Morgan Phillips, Ari Voukydis, Scott Morwitz, AND MORE!
You know who loves the PIT?? Clue: ME!
25 March 2013
Sometimes I coach a practice group/indie/lloyd/harold team and I see something amazing happen. I see a show for an audience of one. I see an amazing set that nobody else in the world is ever going to get a chance to see. I get to pocket that memory and take it with me for the rest of my life. I get to become a better improviser because of what I saw. Sometimes I feel really weird getting paid to have that experience. This happened twice in the last week.
Thank you to everyone in this community who gives me so much.
I love this community and Corey Brown is a positive force in it. And a great improviser.
12 March 2013