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We chat with one of the giants of the worldwide improv community Patti Stiles. She brings clarity, wisdom and sharp wit to the podcast. It's a long one and we could have kept going. What a delight. Be sure to check out her new book Improvise Freely: Throw Away The Rulebook And Unleash Your Creativity. (Link in show notes.) Find Patti's book at your…
 
In this episode, we have a wonderful chat with Kevin Gillese, former AD at Dad's Garage in Atlanta and one half of the duo that inspired both Dave and Jason, Scratch. This is a great flowing and funny chat about finding longevity in the art form we practice. Enjoy. You can find Kevin's Improv Learning Centre course HERE.…
 
In this episode we chat to one of our dearest friends, Jason and Rik have known and performed with each other for almost 30 years. It's safe to say that Rik has been a constant source of inspiration for that whole time. Dave met Rik six years ago and the same can be said. We hope you enjoy our chat with the delightful and insightful, charm ball tha…
 
In this episode, we chat with one of the true gems of the improv scene, the gentle giant that is Fabio Maccioni. Fabio is one of the founders of Teatribù in Milano, Italy and has taught and performed all over the world. Fabio shares his thoughtful and gentle approach to improv with us and it's a real treat. He's a new dad and that is bringing his w…
 
This episode (recorded a little while ago) is full of joy. Ryan and Dave go waaaaaaaay back and we hear about their formative years together, then about Ryan literal journey with improv. Then we unpack a beautiful episode in Dave and Ryan life the evolution and story of their Hip Hop group See Spot Rhyme. BONUS: See Spot Rhyme track at the end of t…
 
After a short season break, WE ARE BACK!! To kick off season 3 we speak to Ella Galt and Kiva Murphy a pair of ex-pats who have found each other, improv and a home in Barcelona, Spain. As always, a relaxed vibe, an interesting conversation and a philosophical chat about improv. We hope you are as inspired as we were after you listen to the conversa…
 
Oh, can you hear that? That's the sound of our hearts singing with joy. This week we get to speak to one of the shining lights of the improv world, Kaisa Kokko-Palmer. She makes us so happy, but we are sure you can hear that in our voices when we speak. Go! Listen! Enjoy and make sure you seek her out next chance you get, you won't regret it! You c…
 
In this episode, we have a wonderful conversation with the super talented and driven improviser from Brussels, Kelly Agathos. Kelly runs ImproBubble a theatre and school in Brussels. we chat to her about her company, what she's working towards and, of course, her improv dreams. Enjoy the conversation. You can find out more about ImproBubble here: h…
 
This week we speak to Jim Fishwick, ex-pat Australian living in New Zealand. Jim is an incredibly fearless and creative soul, who uses improvisation in unique ways. Once again, we a blessed with a talented person talking about what they love, it's a great episode. Tune in to find out more! Buy tickets to Jim's show (NZ Fringe March 2021) The Museum…
 
After a couple of weeks off to perform a run of shows we are back with two of the nicest improvisers on the planet! Laura and Gael are an inspiration to us and we are humbled that they have chosen to talk to us, especially so early in the morning for them! You can find Laura's workshops here: www.lauradoorneweerd.com And Flock theatre company here:…
 
Today's episode is chock full of laughter and joy. DK and Yonk are brothers from Bellingham, Washington; who are wonderful improvisers and delightful peeps. They have been improvising for their entire adult lives having started together early. They speak about their approach to improv, their time running Up Front Theatre and their approach to creat…
 
This week's guest is Portland's own Domeka Parker. She's the artistic director of Deep End Theater and one of the best improvisers and teachers going around. She talks us through the tenets of her improvisation philosophy Sound Improv. This is a great episode especially for someone looking to reconnect with the essentials of our artform. Find out m…
 
Keng-Sam comes to us from Reunion Island, a small French island in the middle of the Indian Ocean. He's a wonderful improviser with extensive improv travels under his belt, taking him all over the world performing and teaching. Keng-Sam is a creative force! He runs the FERIIR Festival annually on Reunion and is a delight to chat to. Please enjoy ou…
 
An audio recording of our very first Facebook live stream Q & A, with the joyous spontaneous addition of Lliam Amor, who was watching along and asking questions. What better thing for an improv podcast than a spontaneous guest. Lliam's website for all your design needs: https://lliamamor.com.au/Dave Morris, Jason Geary tarafından oluşturuldu
 
A great chat with Canadian Improv great Vinny Francois. This week we talk about the difficulties of keeping a company viable in a pandemic, what rises from those ashes and a good deal of juicy improv philosophy in the second half. Enjoy! Check out The Improv College for all your online improv class needs.…
 
We were lucky enough to get to spend an hour with Jen O'Sullivan from Wellington NZ. She's an amazing improviser, festival director, and all-round wonder woman. On top of all that, she's a new mum and we had the pleasure of podcasting with her new baby making new baby sounds all the way through this podcast. We were so happy at the end of this podc…
 
Our guest this week is the gentle giant of the improv community, Joe Bill. So full of great conversation we give you our longest podcast to date, and we could have easily kept it all going. We discuss jazz, the brain on improvisation, our fears and how things have changed as we've grown inside this artform. A podcast that's so full of gems it's wor…
 
This week we have a fun, rambling podcast with Dave's karmic doppelganger Cale Bain (Jason's description.) For a podcast that never begins, we cover off an awful lot, including a live dog attack. Please enjoy this wonderfully laid back podcast. It's so very charming. You can find all the info on ITS theatre here. Be sure to check them out if you're…
 
This week we have two wonderful guests. We meet Shannon Stott for the first time ever and we are joined by mutual old friend Jill Bernard. It's a free-flowing conversation about what keeps us coming back to improv and what drives us to expand our horizons. Find Jill and HUGE Theatre here. Fins Shannon's FB page here.…
 
Dave and Jase are joined by the supremely talented Polish improviser Gosia Różalska. We have the pleasure of hearing about format creation, her process, philosophy and approach to improv. Gosia is a well-respected teacher on the international improv festival circuit and one of the most joyous people to play with on stage. we hope you enjoy our conv…
 
A first for the podcast, we have a guest! We have the pleasure of talking to Tony Beeman, Artistic Associate at Unexpected Productions in Seattle. Tony joins the conversation and offers deep insight into our craft. We hope you enjoy the conversation as much as we did. You can buy Jason's Book here: Pay what you can/feel: www.trybooking.com/BLDST…
 
Dave and Jase return to recording after a short hiatus. We spend the episode catching up and talking about the exciting new direction for the podcast. Dave accepts a challenge which leads to us having a theme song! You can buy Jason's Book here: Pay what you can/feel: www.trybooking.com/BLDSTDave Morris, Jason Geary tarafından oluşturuldu
 
In this episode, we improvise an audio version of Jason's improv format ZOOM. This is the first time the format has been attempted in audio-only, and to add to the degree of difficulty one performer is in the northern hemisphere and one is in the southern. We hope you enjoy. Find a comfortable place, kick your feet up and let us guide you through a…
 
Ep 1: Formats Jason Geary from Australia, and Dave Morris from Canada, discuss the intricacies of formats in improvisation. How we develop them, how to make sure they work, and whether or not they’re good or bad for improv. If you'd like to add to offer feedback or add to the conversation please hit us up on FB.…
 
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