The Improv Chronicle Podcast
What The Edinburgh Fringe Gives Improvisers
Season 1, Ep. 2
Every year, a growing number of improvisers take a creative and financial risk on the Edinburgh Fringe. What are the benefits of taking your work to the world's largest open-access arts festival, and is there a secret to getting a good audience?
Taking A Break From Improv Part One
Season 1, Ep. 27
Love this podcast? Help it keep going here:https://supporter.acast.com/the-improv-chronicle-podcastOnline improv has become a big thing during the pandemic but not everyone wants to take their improv online or teach online… some people have taken a complete break.This episode features:Atalanti Tzouliadaki from Denise's 50th in Nottingham - https://www.facebook.com/denises50th/Pete Bergen from Washington Improv Theater in Washington DC - https://witdc.org/ Mara Joy from The Spontaneous Players in Edinburgh - https://www.thespontaneousplayers.com/Swithun No from The Village Idiots in Rochester NY - http://www.improvvip.com/John Cremer from The Maydays in Brighton - https://www.themaydays.co.uk/The Improv Chronicle Podcast is produced and hosted by Nottingham improviser Lloydie James LloydTheme music - Sam PlummerLogo design - Hélène Dollie
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