Laughter For A Change

Archive for February, 2009

  • Thank You, Bruce Springsteen

    February 20th, 2009     No Comments

    The other night in a Laughter for a Change improv class, the students spontaneously created a parody of “King Kong!” That’s right, and in the third class of the session.

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  • Don’t Forget the Cigarette

    February 20th, 2009     No Comments

    In a Laughter for a Change Improv class on Thursday night, one of the players created a character that was smoking a “space” cigarette. Good choice – the way he handled the cigarette
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  • Laughter for a Change Improv School Opens

    February 20th, 2009     No Comments

    Last night was the opening night of the Laughter for a Change Improv School. I love the first night of new improv classes. You have a group of people who don’t know each other and in eight weeks will be a team — friends, some friendships that will last a long time.
    Once, in a twelve-week […]

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  • What’s the Game?

    February 20th, 2009     No Comments

    “He’s (or she’s) got game,” “put on your game face,” “I’m game” – just a few of the expressions in daily life that express positive and active states of being and doing through the use of the word “game.” This sense of the game aspect of life is crucial to the forward movement and clear […]

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  • Tavis Smiley on Jazz

    February 20th, 2009     No Comments

    This week, on Tavis Smiley’s PBS talk show, Ben Ratliff, jazz critic for the New York Times talked about Jazz and improvisation. At the end of the interview, Tavis said what he loves about jazz is that in playing together, “everybody finds his own voice.”
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