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.”

This is the beauty of improvisational acting as well. As you work with the other players, as you focus on your interaction with others, you find your own voice.
That’s what we do at Laughter For A Change — encourage and celebrate people finding their own voice.