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    Welcome to The Improv Network

    You may have noticed some visual changes to The National Improv Network. We wanted to write and fill you in on exactly what’s going on. Last year we spent a good portion of time traveling abroad learning how theatres and festivals worked; how they advertised, how they performed, how they coached. It was a great read on

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    ASIF – Review of The Alaska State Improv Festival

    The Del Close Marathon. The Chicago Improv Festival. The Los Angeles Improv Comedy Festival. The New York Improv Festival. The Boston Comedy Arts Festival. Chances are very likely that you’ve heard of these festivals, and probably attended at least two of them. I’m sure that you were exposed to an insane amount of improv troupes read on

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    Festival Spotlight – West Coast Musical Festival

    The West Coast has it’s first dedicated festival to the musical improv arts and it’s in San Francisco, one of the most beautiful cities in the world. I had a chance to interview the Executive Producer of the festival Gemma Bulos here is what she had to say: Tell what inspired you to create The read on

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    Review of the Improvamonium in Rochester, NY

    We reached out to our community to get some feedback on festivals. Here is a review of Improvamonium in Rochester, NY by attendee Ron Williams: This festival was awesome! First, it was free to register. All you had to do was find a way to get to RIT. They put you on the poster for the read on

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    To My Partner in Crime, Bill Binder.

    I’m sitting in a waiting room waiting to serve on a Jury when I look on Facebook and read from Bill Binder “Please Help. Need Urgent Care. Not a Joke.” I immediately panicked. I texted him right away and he told me what was going on. I desperately tried to find him an urgent care, read on

To provide every venue, troupe and improvisor, anywhere in the world, access to the tools and resources they need to create excellent improv and run excellent venues.

From the Founders

Print

Welcome to The Improv Network

You may have noticed some visual changes to The National Improv Network. We wanted to write and fill you in on exactly what’s going on. Last year we spent a good portion of time traveling abroad learning how theatres and festivals worked; how they advertised, how they performed, how they coached. It was a great read on

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ASIF – Review of The Alaska State Improv Festival

The Del Close Marathon. The Chicago Improv Festival. The Los Angeles Improv Comedy Festival. The New York Improv Festival. The Boston Comedy Arts Festival. Chances are very likely that you’ve heard of these festivals, and probably attended at least two of them. I’m sure that you were exposed to an insane amount of improv troupes read on
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Review of the Improvamonium in Rochester, NY

We reached out to our community to get some feedback on festivals. Here is a review of Improvamonium in Rochester, NY by attendee Ron Williams: This festival was awesome! First, it was free to register. All you had to do was find a way to get to RIT. They put you on the poster for the read on

Red Octopus 3/12/16

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