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.
All meat and potatoes. Have enjoyed every last bit. Hearty with no fluff!Published 11 days ago by Abby O'Sullivan
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 2 months 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 3 months 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 3 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 3 months ago by James D. Cook