Photo Credit: The Making Box
I'm grateful for improv. The way it teaches me to cherish failure. The way it exercises my ability to think quickly, listen closely and stay in the moment. Most of all I'm grateful for the laughter it generates. Improv erases seriousness and replaces it with joy.
The mantra of improv is "yes, and...". Accept what you are given by others and build on it. Draw energy and inspiration from your improv partners and shine it right back at them.
If you're interested in what it looks like at the amateur level, here's our Level Two class showcase facilitated by The Making Box.