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Moving Improv Online Part One

Season 1, Ep. 19

In the midst of a global pandemic, improvisers have had to make huge shifts to continue any sense of work, and for many, huge swathes of income have disappeared in a heartbeat.


In this, the first of two episodes on the subject, we are going to examine the challenges people have felt adapting improv to online platforms and the community it has helped create.


This episode you will hear from:


Varoon Anand from Kaivalya Plays in Delhi

https://www.facebook.com/KaivalyaPlays/

https://www.instagram.com/kaivalyaplays/


Elana Fishbein from The Magnet Theatre in New York

Check out her website: www.elanafishbein.com 

Check out her doc on how to improvise on Zoom: https://docs.google.com/document/d/13Tz6vWNTUVRVrICvuonTC9HFQv3FSUbR8gocwLqCZgI/edit 

And check out The Magnet Theatre live shows on Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/themagnettheater/ 


Nick Oram from Do Not Adjust Your Stage

www.dnays.com

See their Facebook live shows at: https://www.facebook.com/dnayscomedy/


Sophie Owen from University of Leeds Improv 

https://www.facebook.com/leedsimprov/


Owen Scrivens from Open Heart Theatre in Newcastle

https://www.facebook.com/openhearttheatre/ 


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

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