Posts Tagged:podcast

“Two Up!” with UCB’s Anthony Apruzzese

We talk to the wonderful Anthony Apruzzese from UCB about improv theory AND NOTHING ELSE. ┬áThis gets nerdy and deep from the jump. We have a bunch more great teachers coming including TJ Del Reno this weekend, Josh Covitt later this month and more. PLUS WE STILL HAVE OUR SUPER SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT COMING UP!  …

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Two Up with David Razowsky! REPOST

We don’t have a show this week so thought we’d post a classic from the past – our interview with Second City Alum David Razowsky. David’s great. This is from a while back so pretty much everything we say is out of date. Wanna see Razowsky in action? He’s playing with Music Box and City…

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“Two Up” Del Close Marathon special with Horatio Sanz, John Gemberling, Gil Ozeri and more!

Carleen went to the Del Close Marathon at the Upright Citizens Brigade in New York and spoke to improv legends such as Horatio Sanz, Gil Ozeri, Jon Daly, John Gemberling, Kevin Hines, David Barton Harris, Alex Fernie, John Murray, Aaron Jackson, Alistair Magee and Sonia Bonia. If you want to touch a genuine improv legend,…

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Scene & Heard: Live!

Scene & Heard is an improvised podcast, where some of our favourite improvisers create scenes based on audience suggestions. We’re recording our first ever Live Episode and would love an audience! It’s FREE and you’d get half price entry into This One Time, which is happening immediately after. Subscribe on iTunes below

Scene and Heard: Wasters with a capital L

[display_podcast] We took a couple of our favourite improvisers from around London and camped out in Resonance FM for half an hour. Episode One features Jenny Donoghue – E-mprov Shaun Lowthian – Do Not Adjust Your Stage Sean Gittens – The Old Smokes Lynsey Bonell – Pioneers, Red Lorry Yellow Lorry, Five Seven Plus Alistair…

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Video of the Day: Improv4humans

We’ve trawled the Internet for our favourite improv video. Today: Improv4humans. If you like stand around and talk” improv you’ll love the sit-down style of Improv4humans.

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