Friday, March 6, 2009

Un-Scripted: unscripted

Well, since I got slammed, you'll see I had time to share a video and reflect on Ken Starr's idiocy. I also had time to write two blogs for my improv blog:

Load-In: watch a time-lapse video of us loading-in the set.
Rehearsal #6: Final "Dress": wherein I talk about our last rehearsal before opening.

"Rehearsal? Opening? What show are you doing?" I hear you ask. I'm performing in and directing Un-Scripted: unscripted. What's that? It's a short-form improv show (meaning short scenes and games as opposed to a full two-hour single story narrative) with no pre-set list of scenes, no backstage planning, and few onstage introductions. All that is to say, we don't know what's happening until it starts to happen, which is exactly when you the audience know what's happening too. It's fun and full of surprises.

If you'd like to know exactly how one rehearses for an improv show, you can go to my improv blog and read about every rehearsal for Un-Scripted: unscripted.

If you'd like to come see the show on a night when I'm performing, you can see the entire play schedule here.

If you'd like to buy tickets, you can do that too:

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