Of all the improv games and exercises we learned, the ‘three-line scene’ was perhaps the most enlightening. The takeaway? Context is everything.
By Jack Cheng
As we learned from Kimmy Gatewood, the importance of failure is one of the most valuable lessons improv comedy has to offer.
We like plans. They make us feel comfortable. Yet, improv teaches that we must always remain open to new ideas--and maybe to scrapping that plan.
In this first installment in our four-part series on the lessons to be learned from improv comedy, we learn about the power of fearless momentum.