Improv training

We are super excited to announce our second Guest Teacher at our 14th Annual Improv Retreat, the magnifique Frédéric Pont! Frédéric is a comedian dedicated to improv for 20 years and a trainer and director for 15 years. After being a theatre sports player and having created many improv games, his work is now dedicated...
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Our 14th Annual Improv Retreat is less than 4 weeks away, so we’re checking in with our Maydays coming to play this year. So let’s hear from our smasher, Rhiannon Vivian   What are you most looking forward to at MIR22? Having people inspire me AND crack me up with their ingenuity: participants and other...
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With our 14th Annual Improv Retreat fast approaching we checked in with our Maydays coming to play this year. Next up, our fabulous force of nature, Liz Peters… What are you most looking forward to at MIR22? The playfulness and creativity. It’s such a joyous atmosphere to be in and I love immersing myself with...
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As Aladdin says in the 1992 animated feature, “Do you trust me?”   Such a simple phrase, one used in countless situations.    And one where in improv it is incredibly important but there are levels of it we can attempt to reach.    Turning up to watch your first show is already a level...
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A blog from Jenice Matias, one of our 13th Annual Improv Retreat scholarship awardees   It’s been some time since I  returned to New Jersey from the Maydays retreat. Time has not dulled my senses because I am still in a state of euphoria. My memories of the retreat loom in my mind, like a...
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Learner’s Journey   Four years ago, I started learning British Sign Language. I don’t really know why beyond the fact that a few friends had told me in recent years that they were learning and I became insanely jealous. Eventually, after several friends and several bouts of hot green eyes, I got the message and...
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