The Improv Chronicle Podcast
When Is It Too Much Improv?
Season 1, Ep. 15
Loving improv is one thing but when does it start to become too much of a good thing? Hear from improvisers who are loading their lives up with the art form and the mental health professional who advises caution.
Does Improv Bond Us Closer?
Season 1, Ep. 26
Love this podcast? Help it keep going here:https://supporter.acast.com/the-improv-chronicle-podcastAs the world struggles to find connection during a pandemic, does being part of an improv community give you a head start on connection - and is there a difference to the sort of friendships we make through improv?In this podcast you will hear from:Steven Morgan who improvises with Easylaughs in Amsterdam. Details on their shows and workshops here: https://www.easylaughs.nlElise Rodriguez from Florida Studio Theatre in Sarasota. Check out their shows and workshops here: http://www.floridastudiotheatre.org and follow Elise here: https://www.instagram.com/draggingthirty/John Gebretatose from HUGE Theater in Minneapolis. Check out their shows and workshops here: https://www.hugetheater.com/Hellena Jang from Seoul City Improv in Seoul. Check out their shows and workshops here: https://www.seoulcityimprov.com/The Improv Chronicle Podcast is produced and hosted by Nottingham improviser Lloydie James LloydTheme music - Sam PlummerLogo design - Hélène Dollie
The First Signs Of Live
Season 1, Ep. 25
Love this podcast? Help it keep going here:https://supporter.acast.com/the-improv-chronicle-podcastVery gradually, one or two improv venues are tentatively opening up their doors again. As some countries feel they have flattened the curve on the first wave of the Covid-19 pandemic, steps are being taken to open venues while, at the same time, trying to keep people safe. So what sort of journey are improv groups and venues undergoing in order to perform again? This episode tells three different stories from around the world - one from the One from China, one from The Netherlands and one from the USA.Guests:Will Luera - check out shows at Florida Studio Theatre here: https://www.floridastudiotheatre.org/Stacey Smith - see the Boom Chicago "Shot of Improv" show live online here: https://islivenow.com/boomchicago/watch?eventid=fxOHCbLWY&fbclid=IwAR0pqkvOLRqkZ9QCAQfVtO-GvUMaMqohBncDWx0GoY3CAzAkFZHaOMNSbsETake an online comedy writing show with Stacey here: https://boomchicago.nl/academy/intro-to-comedy-writing/?fbclid=IwAR02zQWZVGjtoOB51-wBMwWazM9LcwQ9KrjxerdPg502T3NIs9QtKsyC9fQJay Wang - check out Beijing Improv here: https://www.facebook.com/beijingimprov/The Improv Chronicle Podcast is produced and hosted by Nottingham improviser Lloydie James LloydTheme music - Sam PlummerLogo design - Hélène Dollie
Making Musical Improv Work Remotely
Season 1, Ep. 24
Love this podcast? Help it keep going here:https://supporter.acast.com/the-improv-chronicle-podcastWhile improv has made huge efforts to get online during the global pandemic in either Zoom or podcast form, musical improv has extra barriers to overcome with the technology. And yet, musical improv classes and podcasts are still running. How?Technical solutions and using the skills they have as musical improvisers have meant musical improv may be hampered by Covid 19, but it’s finding ways to adapt. This episode you will hear from a variety of musical improvisers who have made things work in one way or another online.Check out our guests online:Jessica McKenna and Zach Reno do a hilarious musical podcast!Off Book: The Improvised Musical Podcast: https://www.earwolf.com/show/off-book/Dan Moser does improv sketch comedy and freestyle rapping AlbertaCheck out https://goodimprov.com/ for more and check them out on Facebook facebook.com/GoodImprov/Pippa Evans from The Showstoppers / BBC Radio 4 can be found online here: http://www.pippaevans.com/You can see the whole of the wonderful Alternative Eurovision that The Showstoppers produced here: https://youtu.be/vjij0W75Y2k - the show raised over £7500 for The Care Workers Charity - please consider watching their show and donating to this wonderful charity here: https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/the-showstoppersRobin Rothman from The Magnet Theatre and New York Musical Improv Festival has announced that the festival may be moving online. You can keep up with developments here: nymif.com and on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/nymif/You can follow her character Trudy Charmichael and find details of her shows here: https://www.facebook.com/SongstressTrudyCarmichael/