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Improvisation at the Speed of Life: The TJ and Dave Book Paperback – March 9, 2015
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TJ Jagodowski began improvising in the mid-1990s. He has been a member of The Second City as well as a performer and teacher at iO (formerly ImprovOlympic) and The Annoyance theaters. TV and film credits include Sonic ads, Stranger Than Fiction, The Ice Harvest, The Great and Powerful Oz, Prison Break, and Get Hard. TJ is co-founder and co-artistic director of Chicago's Mission Theater.
David Pasquesi has been improvising since the early 1980s. He studied with Del Close for years and was on one of the original Harold teams at ImprovOlympic (now iO). David wrote and performed four reviews at The Second City (Chicago) where he received a Joseph Jefferson Award for Best Actor in a Review. He has played Steppenwolf and the Goodman theaters, and his many film and TV credits include VEEP, Strangers with Candy, Boss, Angels and Deamons, and the Ice Harvest. He is co-founder and co-director of The Mission Theater in Chicago.
Pam is the founding member of the Ha-Ha's, and produced The Happier Valley Comedy Show in western Massachusetts. Pam performs Geeking Out with: The Talk Show, a live version of the written interview series, at comedy festivals throughout the land. Pam writes mostly humorous, mostly true essays and reviews of books, movies, and tea on her blog "My Nephew is a Poodle."
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Pam Victor performed an improv miracle by wrangling these two great guys into putting their thoughts into this wonderful book! Her introductions, comments and conversations with her co- authors lends a cohesive thread that makes the book so enjoyable and readable.
The multiple points of view that are in this book show that there are many paths – and many types of training that can lead us to improv- and that none of those ways are right or wrong, but they led these two guys to where they are today. And the world of Improv is all the richer because of what these two are doing!
So yeah, I kind of liked the book.