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Impro: Improvisation And The Theatre is a surprisingly helpful book by Keith Johnston. After a brief introduction and some autobiographical information, it dives right in to Improv... Read morePublished 16 days ago by Allegra DiNetta
This may be one of the most important books about spontaneity training for all purposes including of course all of the arts, therapy, and business applications. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Budster
So good if you have any interest in improv and life. You must read this wonderful book, ladies and gents.Published 1 month ago by Matt Rudnitsky
This is an interesting read, especially for theatre majors and theatre teachers. But a lot of the material reminds me of Spolin's Improvisation book. Read morePublished 2 months ago by reachmabry
This is a good intro book to improv from a philosopher and discoverer of improv. The learning is in the doing, but reading about it sparked a few new understandings.Published 3 months ago by Hilarita Hogan
This is the go to book for improvisation. I find the work on status particularly important for myself and the work my students do in the classroom.Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
Very disappointed in this. Long read and was not what I expected. I would not recommend it. There are other books on improvisation that are much better reads and easier to work... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Mark & Randy
This book is an outstanding exploration of the warped and brilliant human mind. Frantic and Fascinating.Published 5 months ago by walter losiniecki
Great book to give you an method to improvisational improve, adapt and innovate.Published 5 months ago by andrew Schell