Improv and Caregiving
As a parent ages, a child's role often shifts to the caregiver, and it isn’t easy, Would you like to learn some improv tips that can hel
A Little Less Talk
How friendly are you with silence? Is it a comfortable, calm place to rest or is it an anxious void you need to fill? I’ve been accused...
CSz BackStage with Amy Weiss
Amy is not only a CSz player but part of the improv team SAAB Story. We caught up with Amy for her take on all things improv.
All Work and No Play
Companies crave innovation and teamwork. Both can flourish in playful culture. But how do you introduce play into the workplace? You may hav
When Life Hits the Fan ... Yes, And!
I am a single, middle-aged woman who has her stuff together; I was going to bypass the mid-life crisis … or so I thought.
Dreaming of Improv Festivus
© 2016 Rick Sleeman Black Friday -- that modern frenzy of consumerism immediately following Thanksgiving -- is just around the corner but...
CSz BackStage with Damon Mitchell
What do you do when you’re in a rut? For Damon Mitchell, the answer was improv.
Improv and Autism: Flexibility and Connection
The crossroad of improv and autism is a wonderful and natural thing, combining the principles of flexibility with a ‘Yes, And’ attitude.
At ComedySportz® we like to mix it up. Last night was our annual Spooktacular. We had some strange characters take over the field for a uniq
CSz BackStage with Rob Hoffmann
In the second of our series, "CSz BackStage", we check in with Rob Hoffmann from ComedySportz® to tell us a little about himself a