Improvisers avoid going to the dark side. And here are the excuses: They think they can’t make it funny. They want to be liked. And the biggest one, they think the audience will actually think they’re that person they just played on stage. Guess what? You’re acting! If you want to be a well-rounded improviser you have to be as comfortable going to the dark side as going to the light side. This improv workshop will start you on your way. This improv workshop is suggested for the experienced improviser who is willing to push himself to go to taboo and dark subject matter. “Not for the timid, this workshop.”
Jimmy Carrane is teaching this improv workshop at the ColdTowne Theater in Austin, TX.