Billy Merritt is the co-author of the new book “Pirate Robot Ninja: An Improv Fable” with Will Hines. The book is available on Amazon. He is on Twitter and Instagram as @billymerritt. FULL BIO: Billy has been a performer, teacher, and director with the UCB Theatre since it first opened in New York. He is […]
On today’s episode I speak with Jill Bernard, writer of “The Cute LIttle Book of Improv”, performer of the solo musical improv show “Drum Machine”, and education director of Huge Theatre in Minneapolis. Today we talk about the HUGE Theater fundraiser going on right now! In order to secure the purchase and development of HUGE […]
You’re Listening to the Dollop! The Dollop is a bi-weekly American History Podcast. Every week, I, Dave Anthony read a story to my friend, Gareth Reynolds, who has no idea what the topic is going to be about. On April 21, 2017, I was minding everyone else’s business on Facebook when I saw a post […]
My personal deep-dive into the mantra: Show, Don’t Tell. . . And why I am no longer interested in doing improv my parents can’t enjoy.
On May 14, 2018, Michael Dubin, Co-founder and CEO of Dollar Shave Club gave a commencement speech for Emory University graduates. In it he credited improv classes for his ability to meet the marketing needs of his new enterprise. This excerpt starts at 7:43 but the entire speech is worth a listen if you have the […]
Santa Claus joins Gus, Viola, and Chris on Christmas Eve. Things quickly go to hell. Featuring Atlanta Improviser Freddy Boyd.
A Chicago Improv veteran of almost 20 years (People of Earth, 3033, Armando & Atlantis) Ryan Archibald is now the Artistic Director of the Village Theatre in Atlanta, GA. We talk about Harold, Chicago, his transition to Atlanta, and how he got so darned handsome.
Gelda and Chris Schorfield visit the Farmhouse for Halloween. Gelda’s powers manifest more powerfully. We meet the ghost of the vampire Countess Elizabeth “Betty” Bathory played by Gina Rickicki.
Chris is out of his coma which Bront insists is called a comma. Gelda arrives to soften the re-entry into daily life.
Mark Kendall is a writer, actor, and comedian. While he is an Ensemble Member at Dad’s Garage Theatre he performs all over Atlanta and the country.