"'The way that improv is typically taught is suited to actors who want to perform at a professional level, but the source of improv is play. And every kid can play. Not every kid can be a professional actor, but every kid can play—and that instinct is in us as adults.'" [Read more...]

"Instead of going for the joke or introducing idea upon idea, the emphasis on telling the truth and relying on one another sank in. Facades fell away as smiles came more easily, ideas sprang out of simplicity and the group of strangers became a team." [Read more...]

"When we improvise, it feels like our brain is being used in the way it was intended: generating from nothing, strategizing, finding stories and patterns. One can’t help but be excited about tapping into that primal creativity." [Read more...]