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 11 days 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 17 days 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 25 days 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 1 month ago by John
Well written by an Improv giant. A must read for anyone learning the craft.Published 1 month 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 7 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 8 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 8 months ago by Taylor