I feel like many books like this have lots of fluff and after, you're like "yea! I read a book!"
This book is an excellent way of learning the basic skills of improv, which are more important than any one game or form.
Even if you're not a "long-form" improviser, this book is a must read for anyone actively working in an improv group.
This book was recommended by one of my improv instructors, and I'm glad I bought it. It was a nice complement to the class. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Ronnie
the book was okay. It's an interesting read. Most improvisers swear by it. but if you've taken any classes you should be good.Published 1 month ago by Julie Kuperman
This is a quick read that has a lot of gems of wisdom that can slip past you if your not careful. I've read it 3 times but should have read it maybe 5 or 6 times by now. Read morePublished 2 months ago by lefty
I found a slight tinge of name-dropping throughout the book, "You should try these techniques used by successful people! Read morePublished 2 months ago by James D. Cook
There are better books if your actually interested in learning improv but this book does a fine job and gives a lot of interesting history.Published 2 months ago by Taylor
Great book for a beginner improviser like me. I learned a lot on the subject.Published 2 months ago by Anna D*