Category: thoughts

Interview on Good Gracious Podcast

I was delighted to be interviewed on the Good Gracious Show Podcast last month. If you wanna give a listen, please click here. There’s some cool music and another interview before I come on around the 24 minute mark. I talk about improv, theatre, and of couse, eating cookies. Enjoy!

Australia, here I come!

I’ll be heading to Sydney next month to teach two workshops at the Australian Improv Festival! If you’ve got any friends in that part of the southern hemisphere, please have them check out AiF! It is going to be a weekend full of great shows and workshops!

Voyage ATL Interview

Voyage ATL contacted lil’ ol’ me for an interview and I am just delighted and honored.  Read all about my upcoming projects, what got me to where I am today, and my sordid past with rutabegas, head over and read it!

**Please click here for the full interview.**

The Value of Our Challenges

We tend to avoid our challenges.  They remind us of the ways in which we are weak.  However, I think there might be a more useful way to look at our challenges.  It’s useful to recognize which things come to us easily and which things we have to struggle for.  If we only focused on…

Take an Improv Class and Change Your Life!

  Taking an improv class will change your life.  I’m not saying that becuase it’s the best marketing slogan I could come up with.  I’m saying that because it’s the truth.  Even if you’re not interested at all in acting or being up on stage.  Even if you have social anxiety and the thought of…

Countdown to a Website Makeover

They say that the whole “right-brained” and “left-brained” talk is a myth.  Our brain hemispheres aren’t a pair of quarreling twins–one who did the sensible thing by going to business school and the other, a dream-follower who dropped out of college to cover canvases in paint and notebooks in poetry.  Humans seem to love to…

More Improv Notes as Poetry

Sometimes, when I’m directing a show or teaching a class, the notes I write down as direction, thoughts, and feedback can sound like a poem.  Here’s an amalgamation of my recent in-class/in-rehearsal musings that sound like a little poem to me.   Embrace reality open up create the boat Speak up we had chances to…

art it out

The only way to get something out of your head is to art it out draw out the image paint out the dream write out the story poem out the feelings then you can go on about your day when a creative force strikes, it’s not always something pretty and fun sometimes it is the…