How to write a one person show? Love yourself! →
juliawiedeman: Julia writes about Julia writing about Julia.
stephaniestreisand: brianglidewell: mikescollins: splitsider: kellyqehudson: benjoseph: I was in the room when this happened and for that will be eternally grateful. samreich: Today I was reminded of Dan Klein’s amazing audition for CollegeHumor. It seemed worth also reminding the world. This happened very soon after I first met Dan Klein. After our auditions at the College...
Improv Is Easy!: Tips for success - From Mick... →
upstairsgallery: Normally Mick Napier writes about whatever thing is on his mind in his missive to the annoyance community (past examples: toys, vulgar language, racism.) But this time he decided to drop some serious knowledge on folks: In these newsletters, I rarely write about…
Say it ain't so, Fung Wah... say it ain't so... →
Billy Merritt's Improv Dance Party Pt2: The 5... →
improvdanceparty: By applying the Kubler-Ross model on the five stages of grief, it might be easier for you to find out where you are in your Improv Development. 1. Denial: [shock] This can’t be improvisation I’m seeing, it must be scripted. They must have “go-to” jokes, do the same scenes over and over,… Yeah. I’m at 4. Not sure many make it to 5.
NAKED PEOPLE Promo #3 →
ucbdifference: juliawiedeman: With a great deal of help from Angela Dee, I edited this mother. I “premiered” it when I surprise hosted Harold Night last night. Thank you to Tony Mui who did the interviews and David Bartin for filming. It’s basically just a video of people talking about how great I am. Julia’s last NY show is on 5/31 @ 8pm! Not to be missed!
An Open Letter to Those Attempting to Steal My...
… and to Anyone Who Willfully Steals From an Artist: Some people have children. My husband and I have creativity. Both of us have sacrificed a secure life for this creativity. The secure kind of life where one wakes up and goes to a steady job. Where, every two weeks a paycheck comes in allowing for payment of rent and bills. Where public holidays are embraced as “time off”....