Improv, Improv Comedy, Improvisation – whatever you call it, we’re here to help. In this week’s improv tip, guest tipper and veteran improviser Stephanie Rae talks about Choosing and Honoring YOUR Audience. Whether you’re doing improv comedy, playing improv games, using improv in your acting classes, or expressing yourself with some other kind of improvisation, you are going to love this tip. This is a great improv for beginners tip and advanced improvisers alike.
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0:00 – Intro
0:43 – Shout out to Improv Uncolonized https://www.facebook.com/BoostImprov/photos/723764498267858
0:59 Shout out to Laxmi Pria: https://youtu.be/ah5i6wit4Z4
1:00 Shout out to Jon Nguyen: https://youtu.be/9-GLA5Pp4mQ
1:58 – Stephanie’s Tip
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Stephanie Rae has been formally studying improv for the last eleven years. She’s directed a Boyz II Men themed show for UCB’s Del Close Marathon, guest played with everyone from the Groundlings to ComedySportz, and taught classes and workshops for improvisers from Louisiana to Liverpool. These days, she directs the Black Improv Alliance, performing with International Players Club and Wakanda vs. Everybody, and running the 100 Black Improvisers Partnership – a program which has created scholarships for Black improvisers at more than 50 theaters around the world. She also has a law degree from Georgetown – but mostly uses it to win arguments online. Catch her rapping about gratitude as a Freestyle Love Supreme Academy Ambassador and improvising scenes all over Obama’s internet.