The improv group is more important than the improv player because the group is funnier, smarter and more adventurous. We'll practice working as a group by observing more, repeating patterns and supporting moves before we know what they mean. This workshop develops groupmind, which leads to engaging improv shows, by encouraging the group to:
Groupmind is a pillar of Harold, the hardest and scariest improv form. 😊
"I was thoroughly inspired and went home with renewed love for improv every time. :)"
"More than technical skills, Cameron teaches us the right attitude to improvise the right way: easy and fun! Nothing is ever a problem!"
"It's the perfect balance of having tons of fun while also pushing my boundaries as an improviser."