At iO West, performing improv feels nothing like work. Actors Lucas Neff, Echo Kellum, and the rest of the Odd Man team know that improvisation is an essential skill for actors.
As Stephen Tobolowsky recently discovered, working in new media is a lot easier when one has training (and skill at long-form improv) upon which to fall back.
Commercial casting director Ross Lacy explains how keeping up with classes, especially improv can help you get work.
Second City Hollywood will hold an open house Oct. 19, offering a full day of free classes and shows.
Anyone with stage presence will be asked to host something, Emmy winner Brady says, and it’s up to you to know how to be a success.
I often get the chance to use improv in on-camera auditions, and it seems just as often, I’m auditioning with people who have never taken a single improv class. So here are three quick tips for you non-improv actors.
"Whose Line is it Anyway?" will bring improv back to TV—but not the same kind that is in fashion on stages and at schools.