Mick Napier is the founder of the acclaimed Annoyance Theatre/Annoyance Productions, as well as Resident Director and Artistic Consultant for The Second City. He lives in Chicago.
Really great advice on approaching improvisation from a fresh perspective, by a man who really knows his stuff. Mick Napier is one smart fellow.Published 1 month ago by William Russell
Filled with great advice for individual improvisers It touches on all of the major aspects of scene work: editing, starting strong, object work, listening etc.Published 1 month ago by Mike R.
Performing improv for 13 years I have read a lot of bad and a few GOOD improv books. 1. UCB 2. Improvisation at the speed of Life by TJ & Dave & 3. Improvise by Napier. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Josh Crawford
I really enjoyed reading Mick's book. He answered a lot of questions I've had for a long time about improv, and cuts through a lot on nonsense I've heard about it for a long time. Read morePublished 2 months ago by John
Well written by an Improv giant. A must read for anyone learning the craft.Published 2 months ago by Jim Taylor
You'll probably learn more about improvisation from this $13 book than you will from $1,000 worth of classes.Published 8 months ago by Charles W Madsen
This is a great book that will help you improvise and to understand the process. Other great books are Viola Spolin's Improvisation for the Theater (the bible, still), and Michael... Read morePublished 9 months ago by lefty
Mick's book is great. I give it to all of my improvisers who start to hit a wall or get bored. It opens up a whole new world of improv and encourages players to follows whatever... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Taylor