The Improv Chronicle Podcast


Does Improv Bond Us Closer?

Season 1, Ep. 26

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As 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:

Elise Rodriguez from Florida Studio Theatre in Sarasota. Check out their shows and workshops here: and follow Elise here:

John Gebretatose from HUGE Theater in Minneapolis. Check out their shows and workshops here:

Hellena Jang from Seoul City Improv in Seoul. Check out their shows and workshops here:

The Improv Chronicle Podcast is produced and hosted by Nottingham improviser Lloydie James Lloyd

Theme music - Sam Plummer

Logo design - Hélène Dollie

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