Liz

We know that improv classes are not just about laughing and meeting people, but it is lovely to hear it direct from one of our students. We see our students go on their own journeys as they come back each week.  Some seem to gain confidence, others are less pushy, rude, quiet or awkward when on...
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by Liz Peters  Over the years I’ve learned bucket loads of things from improv. These are the top 3 things that have helped me enjoy being a real life Human Being more. 1: Be Here Now There ain’t no other place you can be. All we have is now – all we’ve ever had is now....
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Day: Sunday Time: 10am Class: Deliciously Dramatic I love Osho Leela. It is a genuine highlight of my year. Getting to immerse myself in a bubble with awesome people who like messing about and making stuff up too! Besides being super fun it also means that the classes can go deeper than they do in...
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By Liz Peters One of the first things I say when teaching improv to beginners is don’t try and be funny. It’s among the biggest stumbling blocks you can give yourself. Not only will it take you away from listening to your scene partner and actually improvising together, the audience will sniff out your desperation...
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by Liz Peters. Commitment. Ooh that terrifying word. Conjuring up images of rings, mortgages, nooses and shackles. Very few words can elicit such a tensing of the shoulders, a sharpening of the senses as you prepare for fight or flight. Commitment means duties and limitations. It means being trapped by your decisions and watching helplessly...
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