Romancing the Funny Bone
Active listening and gift giving, this essential push-and-pull, are at the heart of every good improv scene and any good date.
The Zen of Improv
Not clinging to the past. Not investing too much in the future. Is a focus on the here and now extend beyond improv to life?
Rachel Garmon continues the conversation in the crossroads of Improv and Autism. In this blog, we look at the skill of perspective taking.
Yes, and No: It's not so simple...
This week we are happy to bring you a repost from the CSz Sacramento Blog - A special shout out to Chris Crotty for allowing us to share his
Like a child ...
The adult world sees play and playfulness as frivolous. Improv can be a path back to finding a playful way forward in life.
Ha Ha, A Ha
The journey to becoming an improviser is filled with playing and failing. These lead to A Ha moments being mixed with the Ha Ha moments.
Leaps of Trust
In applied improv, we focus on teaching and building trust by “giving your partner what they need to succeed" and "having your par
Yes, And the Possibilities
Life changes can come with anxiety and some fear. An improv mindset can bring you back to the present to enjoy the new possibilities as they
Mighty Fine Yes Balloon
As our Yes Balloon Non Profit takes flight, we reflect on the amazing achievements and wonderful moments that our 20th year in Richmond brou
New Year’s Resolution: Be You
How often do we make a New Year's resolve to be ourselves? Here's an improv invitation to do just that and find new friends to do it