If you want to improve at improvisation, it really helps to practice. But if you are all by yourself, what can you do? Well quite a lot as it turns out.
Well it is becoming clear that I am biting off some quite substantial chunks in this game. This week I have a mere 40 hours of improv, and I am nearly on top of my notes (yeah, right), and over the next 10 weeks I will have a total of more than 300 hours of improv. Thankfully, some weeks I will have less than others. However, this does mean that one week it is looking like I will have a phenomenal 55 hours of improv training. Methinks that week my bed will be my best friend.
Continue reading ComedySportz, Level 303, first class, with Kat Gotsick
This comedy lark is a great game, but there is a serious side. As an art form, it is self financing – as in, I currently finance my art myself. Yes, I get paid gigs here and there, however £100 to headline a gig in Plymouth barely covers the petrol, and whilst I perform maybe 20 nights a month, I am still not at the stage where enough of them pay sufficiently to keep me in tea and biscuits. And I like tea and biscuits.