Rebecca

Day: Saturday Time: 3:00 Class: Togetherness Creating improv with one other person is pretty cool. As you increase the number of people involved the stakes certainly become higher. The risks of a big group scene going wrong if you don’t work on group skills is high, but when it clicks it is a truly beautiful...
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by Rebecca MacMillan First: It’s Father’s Day this Sunday. You forgot? Don’t panic! Get your Dad a gift and help the Maydays by pledging on our Edinburgh Kickstarter project (we have 7 days to raise just less than a grand). Three ideas out of our many offers to pledgers: 1) Tickets to a Maydays show,...
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By Rebecca MacMillan I decided to write this blog after I thought I had lost my usual ‘performance shoes’ on the train following a boozy session to celebrate our first gig at Leicester Square Theatre. I was quite put out. They are just a pair of black flat ballet pumps, and most of the negative...
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by Rebecca MacMillan Following Jason’s blog entry on denial, here’s something on our second deadly sin of improv: inattentiveness. Originally we named this sin ‘not listening’ but inattentiveness was not only neater, but better represented what we meant by encompassing the non-auditory forms of this vice. Being inattentive is to be drawn in any way,...
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by Jason Blackwater The train and coach tickets are bought, the accomodation is prepared for our August arrival and The Maydays are on their way to Edinburgh for a month. I’m here to introduce you to The Maydays’ Edinburgh experience blog where you’ll get all the latest up-to-the-minute news, reviews, facts, figures, pics, vids, and...
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