Improvisers are known for making things up on the spot, but the art form itself is so transient. Even after the best shows, the audience and performers are left with only memories and that “you had to be there feeling.” Many improvisers, however, have taken the skills and sensibilities they learned and honed in improv and have plied them in new ways creating art that is more enduring and permanent. In this illuminating interview series veteran improviser Paul Vaillancourt talks to some of those improvisers discover how their improv skill influencing the art that they’re making off the improv stage.
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Paul Vaillancourt is the author of “The Triangle of the Scene”.
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Anjali Bhimani has been seen On Broadway as Bollywood diva Rani in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Bombay Dreams and as Myrrha & others in Mary Zimmerman’s Metamorphoses, as well as over 30 off-Broadway and regional theatre productions. TV audiences know her As Nina Patel on Modern Family and Joya in Alex, Inc., as well as roles on Sorry For Your Loss, S.W.A.T., Crazy-Ex Girlfriend, Silicon Valley, NCIS, Criminal Minds, Grace and Frankie, and many more. She is well known to gamers worldwide as the voice of the reality-bending hero Symmetra in Overwatch, the newest legend, Rampart, in Apex Legends, the feisty Miriam Landisman on Critical Role’s smash hit, Undeadwood, and the strong-headed sniper Stingray in We’re Alive: Frontier on Geek & Sundry.
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